Perch fishing is not as easy as it sounds.
The first of the hunting seasons kick off Sept. 1. Get ready to bag Canada geese, rails, moorhens, teals, timberdoodles and doves — but beware the snipe.
I can’t imagine anyone not hearing about the recent killing of 13 year old Cecil, the mature African black-mane lion by Minnesota dentist and trophy hunter Walter Palmer.
It’s the sound, or sounds, that tell a lurking largemouth bass, that lunch is being served.
Heavy ice cover, the kind that lasts well into the spring, could be the best thing that Lake Erie walleye anglers could hope for, according to Jeff Tyson, Ohio’s lead guy in charge of Lake Erie’s fish management efforts.
Whether living on a flyway or in between, Ohio waterfowl hunters ought to be dancing high and fast after seeing the recently published predictions of some of the highest duck numbers seen in a long time.
Shooting fundraiser event will be held July 19 in Leetonia.
Summer cabin in Canada was the place to be.
Fall hunting opportunities will soon be here.
The new state record hybrid striper, weighing 18.32 pounds, was caught by Richard A. Knisely, of Washington Courthouse, Ohio, in a feeder creek to Deer Creek Lake in Fayette County.