As part of Gov. Mike DeWine’s H2Ohio initiative, the Ohio DNR (ODNR) and the University of Toledo held a groundbreaking ceremony recently for a new project to restore wetland and stream channels. The University of
The algal forecast is primarily based upon spring Maumee River Dissolved Reactive Phosphorous (DRP) loading calculations and flow readings through the end of June.
By all accounts, it appears that the 2023 spring walleye hatch on Lake Erie was again superb.
Of course, the official report won’t come out until December when all of the interagency data comes in
Despite concerns from water quality watchdogs that say Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s Maumee Watershed nutrient total daily maximum load (TMDL) does not address the causes of Lake Erie’s harmful algal blooms (HABs), the U.S. Environmental
“I would say that 80 to 90 percent of my walleye fishing is on spoons,” Hegedus told me recently while we were catching them in about 25 feet of water.
During the annual harmful algal bloom forecast hosted by the Ohio Sea Grant’s Stone Laboratory at Put-in-Bay, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientist Rick Stumpf predicted that this summer’s harmful algal bloom (HAB) on
Ohio Insider: Research looks at potential relationship between antibiotics and algae blooms in Lake Erie
About 1.2 million killograms of antibiotics are produced for U.S. agriculture purposes each and every year. And, up to 90% of those drugs can be excreted without being metabolized by livestock. In the environment, those
While the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission scrambles to get North East Marina on Lake Erie open for boating, the long-term future of the facility, in North East, is far from certain.
Strict new permitting
Walleye and perch fishing on Lake Erie should continue to be outstanding this summer and fall, according to new DNR data.
No size or bag limit changes are expected for Michigan waters of Lake Erie