Father, son apparently drowned while fishing the lake.
Ohio – Jeffrey Frischkorn
Through three weeks in south zone, numbers are discouraging.
Charters allowed to resume business operations on May 12.
Tag sales are up from last year, despite the COVID-19 crisis.
Affects ultra-popular walleye run, white bass run later.
No new restrictions on state park access just yet.
Ohio DNR closely monitoring situation in light of COVID-19 crisis.
Shutdown in response to virus pandemic.
Ammo sales up while most ranges are closed.
Meetings canceled for several boards in coming days.
Plan was to add coyote to the trapping season.
Division of Wildlife proposing a trapping season for ‘yotes.
Four ‘lost’ plant species rediscovered in Ohio in 2019.
More youths apparently participating in bowhunting before the gun season.
Two juveniles charged in death of Victoria Schafer in Hocking Hills.
Two bird organizations published findings in scientific journal.
Phishing scenario seems to be at play, authorities say.
Authorities not sure how the reptile got there.
Shore-based anglers could be short-changed by increase in number of rods.
The proposed change is being lauded by some Lake Erie charter captains and anglers.
An earthquake struck at 10:31 a.m. June 10, only about one-half mile off the Lake County, Ohio, shoreline and at a depth of about three miles underneath Lake Erie, a figure geologists consider as being shallow. The 4.2-magnitude event shook such nearby communities as Euclid, Wickliffe, Mentor, and Eastlake, though local police departments did not report any damage. Agencies did…
All politicians make promises with caveats and conditions large enough to drive a trash removal truck through. Maybe some proof of that came just a day or so ago when I took a bit of time to visit nearby (for me) Headlands Beach State Park. I do that from time to time, just to satisfy my pessimism that nothing really…
That’s down about 350 from last year.
Although Ohio’s approximately $7.4 million in federal aid money for sport fish-related projects may seem like big bucks, the figure is dwarfed by more than a few other states.While hardly a drop in the bucket, Ohio’s share of federal aid dollars in the form of tax receipts from sales of hunting and fishing licenses and a few other sources do…
Reynoldsburg, Ohio — Clearly, the new director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture is counting on her years as an attorney and a state legislator to help earn the accolades of the constituency she now chiefly represents: The state’s farmers. As a result, expect Dorothy Pelanda to walk the minefield of issues that may very will conflict with Gov. Mike…
Animals, fish have adapted to the conditions over time, biologists say.