Supply chain broken, ODNR working to restore it.
Fulfills promise for officer in all 88 counties.
Second youth scheduled for September trial.
Animal was found at campground in July.
Anglers not required to have a license during those two days.
Proper social distancing would be tough, Division of Wildlife says.
Writer has been spending time outdoors during pandemic.
Sales had been shut down since April 6 due to COVID-19.
Tag sales are up from last year, despite the COVID-19 crisis.
Investigators from the Division of Wildlife observed employees of Curtice, Ohio-based Szuch Fishery Inc. allegedly injure a “trophy-sized” muskellunge – like this one – that had been caught in their commercial fishing net in western Lake Erie. (Ohio DNR)The Ohio DNR has charged a prominent Lake Erie commercial fishing operation with more than 20 wildlife violations. For the complete story,…
Adult counterparts fare a bit worse on opening day.
Affects ultra-popular walleye run, white bass run later.
Move is temporary during COVID-19 crisis, director says.
Yet another victim of coronavirus pandemic.
The Lake Erie Committee of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission set its lake-wide walleye Total Allowable Catch recently for Ohio and other state and provincial members of the Lake Erie Committee. What does it mean for sport fishing on the Ohio side of the big lake? For the story, click here. Categories: News, Walleye Tags: Fishing, Lake Erie, Ohio DNR,…
Expected to be temporary until crisis has subsided.
Ohio DNR closely monitoring situation in light of COVID-19 crisis.
And Southwest Ohio Eagle Creek turkey drawing planned by mail; public drawing on March 28 canceled over the COVID-19 crisis.
Shutdown in response to virus pandemic.
Ammo sales up while most ranges are closed.
Meetings canceled for several boards in coming days.
Plan was to add coyote to the trapping season.
Hunters in all seasons top last year’s total by more than 10,000.
Division of Wildlife proposing a trapping season for ‘yotes.
Almost 4,000 more deer killed this year compared to last year.
City of Columbus withdraws petition that would have affected creeks.