Overall harvest, though, already tops last year’s number.
Harvested deer from Wyandot County tests positive.
Ohio hunters checked 10,904 white-tailed deer during a snowy and rainy opening day of the gun hunting week – well below the three-year average of 17,145.
Season still way too early to draw conclusions, though.
Excellent breeding conditions in the Dakotas and Manitoba helped produce an abundance of ducks, which should benefit hunters this season.
Sales had been shut down since April 6 due to COVID-19.
Central Region Alum Creek Lake (Delaware County) – Fishermen are using Jigging Raps to catch saugeyes and crappies in deep water, according to local reports. The best action is to let the bait sink to bottom, snap it up quickly…
Almost 4,000 more deer killed this year compared to last year.
Central Region Alum Creek Lake (Delaware County) – When they’ve been able to find open water, anglers are doing quite well catching crappies. They’re using the typical wintertime baits such as jigs and ice spoons with or without live bait.…
Central Region Knox Lake (Knox County) – The crappie bite continues to be OK on this Knox County lake known for its largemouth bass population. Anglers are keeping their choice of baits simple: minnows or wax worms under a float.…