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Fish for totally free in Ohio this weekend

Fish for totally free in Ohio this weekend

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (BNN) - - This weekend, anyone age 16 and older can fish for complimentary in Ohio, without a license.

The state's annual totally free fishing days this year are Saturday, June 15, and Sunday, June 16, according to a press release from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

" We motivate individuals to explore Ohio's outdoors with various recreational activities," ODNR Director Mary Mertz is priced estimate in a press release. "These free fishing days permit anglers of any ages and ability levels to take pleasure in Ohio's streams, lakes and rivers together."

You can discover a fishing spot utilizing the HuntFish OH app or on the ODNR website.

For those who don't normally fish, ODNR has a few pointers:

  • Keep the trip simple: Consider an individual's age and skill level.

  • Start small: Choose a stream, pond or lake where beginners can quickly capture a couple of fish.

  • Use live bait: It makes capturing a fish much easier, and it's more intriguing for children.

  • Be client: It takes time to untangle fishing lines, bait hooks and wait on a bite.

  • Take photos: And do not forget the snacks. Have a good time!

Tips for successful Lake Erie fishing in 2024

Kids more youthful than 16 fish for totally free year-round. All other guidelines still apply. Don't forget to examine the state's fishing regulations before you go.

Outside of the free fishing weekend, anglers must have a valid fishing license to be able to take home fish, frogs and turtles. One-year resident fishing licenses cost $25.

ODNR last year stocked state waters with nearly 41 million fish raised in Ohio hatcheries, including saugeye, walleye, yellow perch, rainbow trout, steelhead trout, brown trout, muskellunge, hybrid-striped bass, blue catfish, channel catfish and bluegill.

Anglers created $5.5 billion in financial costs in 2022, according to ODNR. Almost two-fifths of Ohio adults - - about 1.7 million people - - fish, according to the release.


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