Ohio to release more than 14,000 pheasants in hunting areas
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – More than 14,000 ring-necked pheasants will be released at 24 public hunting areas in Ohio this fall to increase opportunities for hunters across the state.
Ohio’s small game hunting season begins Nov. 2 and continues through Jan. 13, 2019. Pheasants will be released for opening day and prior to the Veterans Day and Thanksgiving holiday weekends.
The daily bag limit is two male birds. No females may be killed.
Pheasant hunting hours statewide are sunrise to sunset.
Originally posted at Mountain News WYMT by Associated Press on Oct, 07 2018.Click here to return to our blog