Mature gobblers are notorious for hanging up just outside of shooting range, often making a seemingly sure thing quickly fade into a memory. Just when you think that the bird will be taking a ride
The increased usage of rifles shooting straight-walled cartridges has probably made deer hunting safer in Ohio and other states where they are legal.
That’s at least the opinion of Ken Fitz, the ODNR Division of
If there had been a “Youngest Entrepreneur Award” bestowed upon a vendor at February’s National Fishing Expo in Columbus the trophy would have made the return trip to Quincy, Ohio, in the arms of Brezlyn
Big things are under way this spring in northwest Ohio’s scenic Sandusky River, as in the search for 30- to 40-pound “big things” known as grass carp.
And that’s not all. The popular walleye and
The Grand River Wildlife Area Shooting Range features accessible parking, shooting benches, and restroom facilities.
Through the process of naming this year’s Ohio Outdoor News Person of the Year, Ed Crosby, president of the Ohio Hunter and Trapper Education Instructors Association, said the Sunderlins were worthy candidates. And, he added,
Reader-submitted letters to the editor published in the April 28, 2023 edition of Ohio Outdoor News.
The Bass Federation (TBF) National Championship took place at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri on March 29-31. When the weigh-in concluded, Sidney, Ohio’s Andy Fryer stood tall on the victory stand where he hoisted
A mix of outdoor news items from across Ohio published in the April 28, 2023 edition of Ohio Outdoor News.