Where are the nests? Wildlife officials have been looking all over the district for new bald eagle nests this year. They have come up with a list of 12 active nests in southwest Ohio.
For three years, the residents of the Grand Lake St. Marys area have organized the “Get the Carp Outta Here” tournament. The idea is to get as many rough fish as possible out of Grand Lake to help in the cleanup process. You can help the cause and win prizes doing it.
When Mike Campbell, known around the area for his Big Mike’s Jigs, became unemployed, he decided to buy Spillway Bait on the western edge of Lake Loramie. Read more from Jim Morris, a fisherman’s fisherman, in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Friday baseball on Press Pros….Covington @ Ft. Loramie, 4:45 PM, on Press Pros streaming audio and FM 107.3
Each year Ohio offers residents a chance to fish in any state-owned public waters without having to buy a fishing license. It’s a great time to take the kids or grandkids out for a chance to learn about fishing.
The worst time to find out you should have performed some routine maintenance on your boat and motor is when you are stuck in the middle of a lake and the engine won’t start. Now is the time to hopefully prevent that from happening.
Two years ago was one of the wettest springs on record. The result at Lake Erie was a horrendous algae bloom. Last year was dry, so there was very little runoff of nutrients from fields, and the algae stayed away. Will another wet spring this year bring it back?
Dayton has had a downtown fishing tournament since 1996, but this year the June event has taken on a new name, honoring one of the Miami Valley’s greatest sportsmen.
For those who keep bass, Ohio has some new limits — and they can get a little complicated if you don’t pay attention.
Paint Creek and Hueston Woods State Parks will hold Saturday youth hunts in April and May.
Plans call for extra gun hunting weekend in December to be dropped, but a new antlerless-only muzzleloader weekend in October will be added. Bag limits will differ by county. But that’s not all.