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DNR board approves catfish seasons

Agency wants to enact the regulations on an emergency basis to protect catfish over winter. DNR officials hope to have permanent rules ready by next fall.

Ohio Outdoor News Fishing Report – Oct. 26, 2018

Central Region O’Shaughnessy Reservoir (Delaware County) – Jigs worked vertically in shallow water are taking their share of crappies, white bass, and bluegills here. Fish the light jigs in five to 10 feet of water

Pennsylvania Outdoor News Fishing Report – Oct. 26, 2018

The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission is stocking select streams and lakes with trout. For a schedule, visit NORTHWEST REGION Lake Erie — Walleyes were reported in 80 to 90 feet on the east

Michigan Outdoor News Fishing Report – Oct. 26, 2018

SOUTHEASTERN LP Lake St. Clair High winds have kept many anglers at bay on Lake St. Clair. Those braving the conditions reported catching good numbers of fish along the American side of the lake from

Minnesota Outdoor News Fishing Report – Oct. 26, 2018

Great Eight LAKE MILLE LACS The water temperature is in the mid 40-degree range so look for muskies to start moving onto the rocks and chasing tullibees. Smallmouth bass action has slowed, but trolling crankbaits

Illinois Outdoor News Fishing Report – Oct. 19, 2018

The fishing and hunting report is compiled using reports from conservation officers, hunting guides and fishing guides. North Chain: The bass will begin to feed with the dropping water temps. The fish are relating to

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