Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024

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Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024

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Fish quarantined in northern Ohio

By Mike MooreEditor Reynoldsburg, Ohio – The Ohio Department of Agriculture hopes to prevent fish from moving out of the portion of northern Ohio that has been affected by a viral fish disease on Lake

Bass anglers hooked on C&R season

By Yvonne Swager Correspondent Alpena, Mich. – The impact of Michigan’s new catch-and-immediate-release bass season is yet unknown, but anglers say they are pleased with the additional long-awaited fishing opportunity. ‘Bass fishers had been looking

Federation: Audit deer management

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor Harrisburg – Backed by 16 different organizations, the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs in early May called for state legislators to undertake an independent review and analysis of the Pennsylvania Game

Officers take down more deer poachers

DNR Reports Xenia, Ohio – Two men were sentenced in Darke County Municipal Court on numerous criminal charges involving the illegal taking and possession of white-tailed deer, according to the DNR Division of Wildlife. Trenten

DNR: a strong outlook for walleye fry in 2007

Warmer water may make ’07 a prime year for walleyes By Tim SpielmanAssociate Editor St. Paul – A rite of spring in Minnesota – the annual stocking of walleye fry into a host of lakes

PF&BC officials fret about their dicey 13 dams

By Bob Frye Capital Correspondent Harrisburg, Pa. – The 2007 hurricane season is off to an early start, according to weather forecasters. That should worry anyone who fishes in Pennsylvania. The Keystone State is far

New fish and game laws on the way

By Joe AlbertAssociate Editor St. Paul – Deer hunters will be able to use crossbows during the regular firearms season, but pheasant hunters may still only shoot two roosters this fall. Those are among the

Dedicated funding runs out of session

By Joe AlbertAssociate Editor St. Paul – Around 10:15 on Monday night, John Schroers was relieved, though a little bit uneasy. A conference committee had just passed a dedicated funding bill minutes earlier – a

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