Catching these lively and hard-fighting fish a little differently from ordinary panfish.
The year just past was a good one for local outdoorsmen. Here’s what to do with the leftover meat.
Use this tactic: “The flock went crazy! I ran out of shells before I ran out of birds.”
If there's a problem on any lake that holds walleye and/or saugeye, it's finding the fish. Here’s a solution.
It’s a hard life these early peoples lived, and dangerous sometimes, but most times they lived well. And enjoyed the fruits of their efforts just as we do today.
What can you do for the rest of this long, bitter cold winter? You can hunt coyotes.
Too much deer meat and not sure what to do with it? Look no further...
Winter ice fishing is the most productive time of year to make a good catch, and fish taken from ice water are as tasty as they’ll ever be.
Coyotes have been found to prey heavily on very young fawns, and when hunting in a family pack can take one away from even a protective doe.
The muskrat is a fur-bearer small in size but one that is becoming more scarce on Ohio’s inland streams every year.
The range will be open from 9 a.m. to noon at the Fitchville Conservation League club house
Here is a roundup of field reports from state wildlife officers.
Waterfowl hunts scheduled for Pipe Creek Wildlife Area and East Sandusky Bay Metro Park.
Youths can hunt East Sandusky Bay MetroPark - Joseph Steinen Wildlife Area, while adults can hunt deer at Edison Woods MetroPark.
"Firelands Outdoor Notebook" columnist Dick Martin was spot-on with his article, "Animals Can be Dangerous.”