Minnesota waterfowl hunting success was fair in most areas over the past week, according to the most recent report.
October 26, 2017
Banquets/Fundraisers Oct. 27: Magic City WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Moose Lodge, Barberton. For more info call Doug DeHarpart, 330-472-2361. Oct. 28: Big Walnut Creek WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Cardinal Entertainment Center, Marengo. For more info call Joel Reynolds, 614-205-1037. Oct. 28: Jefferson Conservation Club, 5:30 p.m., Saybrook Banquet Centre. For more info call Dave Baird,
Central Ohio – Wildlife District 1 • While on patrol at Big Island Wildlife Area, state wildlife officer Chad Grote, assigned to Marion County, observed two hunters walking along the marsh. He asked the men about their hunt, and one of the men stated that while neither man had made a kill, he had shot
Central Region Buckeye Lake (Fairfield, Licking, Perry counties) – Anglers are catching wipers here by tightlining chicken livers or shrimp on the bottom, much like you would fish for catfish. For saugeyes, cast a crankbait in perch patterns for the best results. Saugeyes have been ranging up to 20 inches. Anglers are also catching catfish,
NORTHWEST REGION From the Game Commission Butler County WCO Christopher J. Deal reports that the first day of the statewide archery season started off busy. Multiple stands were checked with many having bait located within 20 yards of the stand and/or blind. Multiple charges are being filed. Butler County WCO Randy W. Pilarcik is investigating
Banquets/Fundraisers. Oct. 28: Women for Wildlife RMEF Banquet, 5 p.m., Cross Creek Resort, Titusville. For more info call Tammy Mowry, 724-822-7390. Nov. 5: Bentworth High School Trap Shooting League Fundraiser, noon, Ellsworth Sportsmens Club. For more info call Chris Maniecki, 724-255-0818. Nov. 17: Bedford/Fulton Counties DU Banquet, 6 p.m., Bedford American Legion, Bedford. For more