Authorities not sure how the reptile got there.
Ohio Division of Wildlife
Shore-based anglers could be short-changed by increase in number of rods.
After a decades-old roller-coaster ride with the walleye population, the number caught in the U.S. waters of Lake Erie increased from nearly 417,000 in 2011 to almost 2 million in 2018.
That’s down about 350 from last year.
Hunters will have opportunity to make up ground this weekend.
Central Ohio – Wildlife District 1 State wildlife officer Matt Teders, assigned to Madison County, received a report of a capsized boat on Deer Creek north of Madison Lake. Officer Teders was able to hike into the location and obtain the registration numbers of the vessel. While officer Teders was unable to locate a phone number for the vessel’s owner,…
Meanwhile, the fall turkey harvest was about average this year.
Total harvest just below same period from last year.
Archery deer kill starting to rebound with cooler weather
Move comes with some criticism attached.
Will advise Trump administration on outdoor issues.
The marshes, woodlots, meadows, and natural areas along the Lake Erie shoreline are a collecting point for hundreds of thousands of songbirds.
Beginner duck hunters encouraged to attend a free waterfowl identification workshop.
Trappers, ginseng diggers, and deer hunters should be aware.
Area previously devoid of such critters.
Muzzleloader hunt runs Jan. 6-9.
Monday was opening day of seven-day season.
Bad news is that they’re there at all.
The Ruffed Grouse and Young Forest Strategic Plan looks 10 years out and its success hinges on an array of partners working together to create the young forest habitat on which grouse and other woodland species can thrive.
Cites ongoing license fee debate among reasons.
Both sides make their points in debate over resident hunting, fishing fees.
Anglers will find walleyes, muskies in large northeast Ohio reservoir.
Lake Erie anglers settling for goldens right now.
Rainbows stocked in lakes around the state each spring.
Successful applicants will be chosen in April.
Ohio Division of Wildlife has had to use its “Plan B” for the agency’s steelhead fisheries program in 2015 and 2016, and might again in 2017 if Michigan’s Little Manistee strain of steelhead trout remain uncooperative.