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.…
Animals, fish have adapted to the conditions over time, biologists say.
If the 117-year-old dam were to fail, it would allow the invasive species nearly 1,300 additional miles of main-stem and tributary spawning grounds.
Meanwhile, the fall turkey harvest was about average this year.
Total harvest just below same period from last year.
Hunters about 1,000 deer off of last year’s pace
Archery deer kill starting to rebound with cooler weather
Miller says Lake Erie Unit not dissolving.
ODNR convened series of meetings on the proposal.
Move comes with some criticism attached.
Will advise Trump administration on outdoor issues.
Harvest third highest on record, thanks likely in large part to a localized condition that happens only once every 17 years.
Anglers itching to get out, but weather holding them back.
Any bucket list is meaningless save for the one who matters the most: The person actually compiling the list. It all comes down to what he (or she) would like to see accomplished before being placed in that lonesome valley…
Archery season, all seasons close on Feb. 4.
Muzzleloader hunt runs Jan. 6-9.
Monday was opening day of seven-day season.
Youth gun hunt scheduled for Nov. 18-19.
Agency stocks bass, sunfish, trout at park holdings.
Kirtland Hills, Ohio — If horses ever will have the run of a new high-end planned community in Lake County’s Kirtland Hills Village, then American bald eagles will continue to soar above the proposed equine-related project. In fact, the eagles…
Issue bubbles to surface with recent large fish kill.
Powerful storm sweeping into Ohio Valley later this week.
Several state agencies involved in deployment.
Survey firm plumbs minds of hunters, anglers.
Cites ongoing license fee debate among reasons.
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For more than 30 years Jeff Frischkorn has written about the outdoors, chiefly as a staff reporter for The News-Herald in Lake County as well as a columnist for Ohio Outdoor News. His topic material has ranged from hunting and fishing to camping, boating, firearms, government, legislation, earth sciences, and the county parks systems in Lake, Geauga, and Cuyahoga counties. Frischkorn has won more than 80 state, regional and national media achievement awards. He is a three-time George Gund Foundation fellow.
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