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Fall factors frequently bring deer into roadway

PORTAGE, Ohio — It was minutes after midnight as Chad Mathias was heading north via State Rt. 25, just beyond this Wood County village. He set the cruise control to 60 miles per hour and motored on. The supervisor at a Bowling Green manufacturing plant ...

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Public assists in wildlife violations case

When people are caught in wildlife violations, it may be by observations of a wildlife officer or official or help via the general public. All played a role in some people being charged, fined, serving jail time, losing privileges, etc. A major case occurred in ...

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Pheasant hunting a tradition for family, friends in the Buckeye State

CLEVELAND, Ohio — To a young sportsman just learning the ropes of upland game hunting a half-century ago, colorful, cackling ring-necked pheasants were the biggest thrill during the fall seasons. Times have certainly changed around the Buckeye State. With the pheasant season ready to begin ...

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It’s a Happy Halloween for this Deer!

Rescuers remove orange pumpkin bucket stuck on Ohio deer’s head Oct. 30 (UPI) — A group of Ohio neighbors followed a deer for four miles to remove the orange plastic pumpkin stuck on the animal’s face. Residents of the Sherwood Forest neighborhood in Anderson Township ...

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Ohio Division of Wildlife hatch reports are in, and they’re making Lake Erie anglers smile

There were surprisingly large packs of boats on Western Lake Erie this past weekend, and for good reason. The yellow perch are biting, making the west end of the big lake a top spot for anglers. With yellow perch fillets selling for about $22 per ...

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Ohio Mineral Owners Win Huge Six-Year-Long Standoff Over Fracking Under State Lands

At the urging of the National Association of Royalty Owners (NARO) Appalachia and Landowners for Energy Access and Safe Exploration (LEASE), Ohio lawmakers and Gov. John Kasich are finally working together to make appointments to a commission required to govern the process of shale gas ...

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Ohio archery season opening amid concerns of EHD

On Sept. 30, the archery season for white-tailed deer opens in Ohio. While many bow hunters wait to hunt until after the mosquito populations succumb to a killing frost or the temperatures drop enough to cool a carcass, the opening day of any hunting season ...

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Securing Permission to Hunt is Top Priority

Ohio’s archery season for deer starts in just a few days, an exciting prospect for sure. Are you ready? Ready means a lot of things from clothing prep to tree stand maintenance and installation, from bow or crossbow check to fresh batteries in accessories like ...

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Good reading

Over the years I have subscribed to many outdoor magazines and have learned from them all, but my favorite is Wild Ohio Magazine. Wild Ohio covers subjects close to home in the Buckeye State. The latest issue, for example, has an interesting article on 75 ...

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Deadly disease remains threat to deer population

Sept. 30 marks the first day of Ohio’s deer season, another in which chronic wasting disease casts a shadow on the hunting landscape. Since being identified in the fall of 2014 among whitetail deer in a captive herd on a preserve in Holmes County, the ...

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