December 1, 2016
Ohio Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars Report – December 2nd, 2016
Division of Wildlife Central Ohio – Wildlife District 1 • In early October, state wildlife officer Josh Shields, assigned to Union County, received a complaint from the Union County Sheriff’s Office about several deer carcasses that had been dumped near the road. Officer Shields and state wildlife officer Adam Smith, assigned to Logan County, investigated
Littering leads to trophy buck poaching case
A deer poacher was ordered to pay $3,893.30 in restitution for illegally harvesting a trophy buck that scored 1417⁄8 inches.
Hoping semi-autos for big game never becomes law in Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Game Commission should not allow semi-automatic rifles to be used for deer hunting
Life in the ice fishing belt
Eagerly awaiting hard water, on the eve of the St. Paul Ice Fishing Show, the author pens an ode to ice angling in North Country.
Ohio Outdoor News Fishing Report – December 2nd, 2016
Central Region Alum Creek Lake (Delaware County) – As water temperatures decrease, the crappie bite has increased. Use a jig and minnows in and along woody cover or in water six feet or less in coves. Smallmouth bass are being caught off points in the southern basin and along the east shore of the middle
I Love NY Fishing!
International exposure to Empire State angling
No major changes for spring turkey hunt
Lansing — The state Natural Resources Commission approved license quotas and made no regulation changes for the spring turkey season at its November meeting in Lansing. Turkey regulations are set on a three-year cycle and regulations adopted this year will remain in effect through the 2019 season “There will be no major changes and the
Michigan Outdoor News Fishing Report – December 2nd, 2016
Lake St. Clair Fishing activity has been very limited on Lake St. Clair. The docks at the launches on Lake St. Clair and the St. Clair River will stay in through the first week of December unless ice becomes an issue. The catch-and-immediate-release sturgeon season on both the lake and the river closed November 30.