Wednesday, February 21, 2024
worms

Ever wonder where bait shops get so many nightcrawlers? Mike Tontimonia has that answer and so many more.
USGI M1911 pistol

Fancy wasn't what John Browning had in mind when the renowned gun maker created the 1911 handgun in the late 1800s, but there was nothing more reliable.
deer antler

February and shed hunt fit together just as well and maybe better than left and right.
bluegill

Mike Tontimonia rates the most popular fish species found in catchable numbers throughout northeast Ohio.

Farming in Canada's Yukon territory offers many challenges, but also offers high heaps of hope for adventurous souls.
deer

Late February and early March are the prime time for deer antler shed hunters. Mike Tontimonia offers tips for success.
deer during winter

The first year to see an Ohio deer harvest total over 10,000 was 1974 when 10,747 were tagged. Hunting in all 88 counties was not permitted until 1979.
coyote

Good hunters know their game: its habits, its habitat and its typical behaviors. All that plus its likes and dislikes, its favorite seasonal foods and its expected reaction to unwelcome scent, sight and sound.
Lake Erie fishing boat

Beginning in January, Lake Erie anglers fishing Ohio waters will be allowed three rods for the first time. Mike Tontimonia breaks down the pros and cons.

Duck hunters looking for a way to add a little spice to their sport may want to try crafting a decoy or two to their gear bag.