Subbing for outdoors columnist Jim Morris this week, we’ll address recent comments (and complaints) from those confused over why people hunt, and why some choose to spend the resources necessary to make their time afield more enjoyable and worthwhile. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The Ohio Division of Wildlife stocks some of its wildlife areas with ring-neck pheasants each year to enhance hunting opportunities. Six wildlife areas in southwest Ohio are included in the program. For more information read today’s Jim Morris column, our Press Pros inside feature.