Ohio Hunters Reminded to Apply for Controlled Hunts. Deadline July 31 2009


Mar 11, 2001
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Ohio Hunters Reminded to Apply for Controlled Hunts


COLUMBUS, OHIO - Hunters wanting to participate in Ohio's fall controlled deer and waterfowl hunts have until July 31 to submit permit applications for a random drawing. Hunters can save time and money by submitting their applications online at wildohio.com.

The online application fee is $3 per hunt. Mail-in applications are $5 per hunt. Application fees are non-refundable. Since the online application process became available, more hunters have taken advantage of the option. Last year, 93 percent of applicants applied online.

These special hunts are held each fall on selected public areas to provide additional hunting opportunities.

Special deer hunts also are slated for the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge (Lucas County), NASA/Plumbrook Station (Erie County), Ravenna Training & Logistics Site (PortageCounty), as well as the Mosquito Creek (Trumbull County), Killdeer Plains (Wyandot County) and Old Woman Creek (Erie County) state wildlife areas.

Waterfowl hunts will be conducted at the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge (Lucas County), Magee Marsh (Ottawa County), Mosquito Creek (Trumbull County) and Mercer (MercerCounty) state wildlife areas.

In addition to online submissions, paper applications can be obtained by calling 1-800-WILDLIFE (1-800-945-3543). Hunters will be selected at random from submitted applications and notified by U.S. mail in September. Only those selected will be notified.

More specific information about hunt dates and locations, including opportunities dedicated to youths, women, and mobility-impaired hunters, can be found at wildohio.com.

Korey Brown, Division of Wildlife
614. 265. 7022

Lindsay Linkhart, Division of Wildlife
614. 644. 3925

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