No sales of hunting or fishing licenses for nonresidents

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Carry a copy or photo of your current fishing license with you at all times. Believe it or not, anyone can ask to see it. (Mike Tontimonia photo)

COLUMBUS — In response to the public health situation with COVID-19 and the Ohio Department of Health’s (ODH) Stay at Home Order, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife is temporarily suspending the sale of non-resident hunting and fishing licenses until further notice.

This temporary suspension went into effect at midnight April 6. Sales will resume when COVID-19 guidelines change or are lifted.

While individuals who currently possess a non-resident hunting or fishing license may hunt or fish in Ohio, they are asked to abide by ODH guidance and self-quarantine for 14 days before they do so.

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