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October 11, 2012

Wisconsin Welcomes Wingshooters

I recently visited my local Gander Mountain retail location to purchase a Wisconsin small game hunting license in advance of a trip east in search of ruffed grouse and woodcock. “Is this the first time you’ve purchased a hunting license in Wisconsin,” the Gander Mountain clerk asked. I annually buy a fishing license during visits

Southwest Ohio Fishing Report – October 12th, 2012

Great Miami River (Miami, Montgomery, and Warren counties) Smallmouth bass fishing can be excellent as the water cools and river conditions remain clear and stable. Look for areas with water deeper than 4 feet around bridge pilings, submerged logs and undercut banks. Try drifting a live nightcrawler or minnow fished under a bobber. Plastic crayfish

Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – October 12th, 2012

Hocking River (Athens and Hocking County) The stretch of river by White’s Mill in the Athens area is always a popular and usually successful spot for local anglers. Try casting Rebel craws or other artificial soft craws in the deeper pools of the river for smallmouth bass. The old train station in Nelsonville, Falls Mill,

Northeast Ohio Fishing Report – October 12th, 2012

Nimisila Reservoir (Summit County) There is something about the cooler weather that makes fish tastes that much better. It is a great time to stock up the freezer with slabs of fall crappies to hold you over until you can replenish your supply during ice fishing season. Crappie reports have been popping up throughout the

Northwest Oho Fishing Report – October 12th, 2012

Upper Sandusky Reservoir #2 (Wyandot County) This 118-acre reservoir located southeast of Upper Sandusky on County Road 60 provides some excellent family fishing opportunities. Crappies should be biting along the brush line as well as in the standing timber areas. Try using live minnows fished under a slip bobber or casting an eighth-ounce jig with

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