Thursday, July 9, 2020
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Julie Geiss' son has fallen in love with fishing — "hook, line and sinker."

Wildlife officials in Ohio and Tennessee combined in early June to apprehend a suspected poacher who reportedly took an over-limit of walleye on Lake Erie.

Learn which common Midwestern fish species have the most success in pond ecosystems, and which fish work well together.

Learn more about Lake Erie's healthy walleye populations, the 2020 hatch and how scientists are tracking all of this information.

Walleye harvest rates set records for the second straight year in 2019, and numerous large hatches point to an increasingly bright future.

Mike Tontimonia bids farewell to his readers and shares one final story as he prepares for a sort-of retirement.

Mike Tontimonia breaks down the evolving goals of hunters and fishermen as they age. A young sportsman to a seasoned sportsman, priorities change.

At only 19 years old, Cohen Honkala has developed a line of artificial worms for bass fishing. Learn more about Real Bassin and Honkala's fishing baits.

The ODNR Division of Wildlife is temporarily suspending the sale of non-resident hunting and fishing licenses until further notice.

Fishing is a great "social isolation" activity, especially since kids are off school. Ohio has a wealth of lakes, ponds and streams. Find out where to fish.
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