Hunters reported 32,870 deer as of Tuesday of gun week.
Ohio – Jeffrey Frischkorn
Project expected to take 18 months to complete.
Ohio archery hunters post significant gains in early going.
No other hunting sport is more fun, family-friendly, author says.
If your local park doesn’t do it, find out why.
Author wiles away a lazy day casting and contemplating.
Still, “it is encouraging to see that all indices suggest a strong class of turkeys was produced in 2021.”
The cell phone camera, with its arsenal of neat features, and a thirst to learn something new when going afield all continue to provide not only entertainment but have become keys to helping unlock what lies at hip wader-encased feet.
Division of Wildlife now offering credit card-like licenses.
Some no longer taking in birds in light of disease finding in Ohio.
Proposal now racing through Congress.
Ohio to get a portion of the money for wildlife restoration.
Winter weather in January puts hamper on late goose hunting.
Yes, the opening day of Ohio’s firearms deer-hunting season was a fine kettle of fish.
Number of birds, permits sold are down so far.
Hot weather thought to be factor.
With the demise of U.S.-made GOEX blackpowder, muzzleloading enthusiasts will either have to use a substitute or else try to secure one of two hard-to-find and expensive European blackpowder brands.
Helping to keep ammunition industry – and dove population – from crashing.
Author preps his gear for early goose season.
Bullfrog design a project of Ohio middle-schoolers.
CMP has a famous facility on the shores of Lake Erie in Port Clinton.
The author’s ‘Empress Molly’ being put through the paces.
Officer Kevin Behr now in a rehabilitation facility to overcome injuries.
Three charged in connection to alleged incident.
Total near 6,000 deer.
Pins issuance delayed by COVID-19.