AMERY AREA Leeches or minnows continue to produce walleyes in 10 to 20 feet on Wapogasset, Cedar, and Half Moon Lakes. Look to Pike Lake for crappies and a few walleyes in 14 to 16 feet. Northern pike and bass remain active on the Apple River, while Wapogasset has been best for muskies. Country Store, …
August 29, 2019
Western New York Lake Ontario: It’s been a flurry of activity, starting with three derbies at the same time last month – the Orleans Rotary Fishing Derby, the Fall LOC Derby and the Greater Niagara Fish Odyssey. Out of Wilson, Capt. Alan Sauerland of Instigator Charters had the pressure-packed task of producing some fish for
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Minnesota grouse hunters asked to lend a hand in important study.
Division of Wildlife Central Ohio – Wildlife District 1 During the 2018 deer gun season, state wildlife officer Josh Shields, assigned to Union County, received a complaint of gunshots from a property where limited hunting is allowed. Trespassing was suspected. Officer Shields patrolled the area and contacted a hunter who was on the property without
Banquets/Fundraisers Sept. 7: Central Ohio WTU Banquet, 4:30 p.m., Aladdin Shrine Center, Grove City. For more info call Brandon Showen, 937-725-9349. Sept. 14: Logan County Chapter WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Bellefontaine Regional Airport. For more info call Brenda Moots, 937-842-1934. Sept. 14: Logan County WTU Banquet, Bellefontaine Regional Airport. For more info call Brenda Moots,
Brad Wells, of Granada in southern Minnesota, has been named the 2018 firearms safety volunteer instructor of the year, by the DNR. A retired teacher and the assistant coach of his local high school clay target league team, Wells has been the lead firearms safety instructor in his area for the past 18 years. He’s
SOUTH-CENTRAL REGION From the Game Commission Cumberland County Game Warden John Fetchkan reports that an investigation is ongoing involving trash and other items that were dumped on game lands. Several items that were found have names and addresses on them. Fulton County Game Warden Justin Klugh reports that even though there were multiple attempts to