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December 24, 2012

Outdoors Insider, with Dale Sunderlin: Bonus weekend numbers down

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County comparison

The numbers below are based on the selected date of check in between Sep 24, 2011 and Dec 17, 2011 and between Sep 29, 2012 and Dec 17, 2012. The first number representing 2011 and the second being 2012, the percentage at the end a minus sign indicating that the harvest is below the 2011 level and a positive number indicating the that harvest level is above the 2011 total.

Adams 3,607 3,611-0.11 percent, Allen 978 862 13.46 percent, Ashland 2,761 2,417 14.23 percent, Ashtabula 4,354 3,941 10.48 percent, Athens 3,747 3,648 2.71 percent, Auglaize 899 592 51.86 percent, Belmont 3,812 3,887-1.93 percent, Brown 2,496 2,556-2.35 percent, Butler 1,287 1,303-1.23 percent, Carroll 3,955 3,999-1.10 percent, Champagin 1,274 1,345-5.28 percent, Clark 753 780-3.46 percent, Clermont 2,659 2,760-3.66 percent, Clinton 881 867 1.61 percent, Columbiana 3,311 3,227 2.60 percent, Coshocton 6,311 6,780-6.92 percent, Crawford 1,108 957 15.78 percent, Cuyahoga 520 513 1.36 percent, Darke 916 710 29.01 percent, Defiance 1,754 1,504 16.62 percent, Delaware 1,552 1,551 0.06 percent, Erie 563 599-6.01 percent, Fairfield 2,278 2,329-2.19 percent, Fayette 254 234 8.55 percent, Franklin 698 , 73 3.71 percent, Fulton 900 727 23.80 percent, Gallia 2,984 2,925 2.02 percent, Geauga 1,755 1,956-10.28 percent, Greene 936 909 2.97 percent, Guernsey 5,071 5,445-6.87 percent, Hamilton 1,696 1,796-5.57 percent, Hancock 1,170 961 21.75 percent, Hardin 1,141 912 25.11 percent, Harrison 4,519 4,777-5.40 percent, Henry 702 590 18.98 percent, Highland 2,843 2,817 0.92 percent, Hocking 3,600 3,699-2.68 percent, Holmes 3,967 4,153-4.48 percent, Huron 2,081 1,913 8.78 percent, Jackson 2,960 2,736 8.19 percent, Jefferson 3,389 3,366 0.68 percent, Knox 4,558 4,566-0.18 percent, Lake 789 657 20.09 percent, Lawrence 2,373 2,582-8.09 percent, County YR 2012 YR 2011 percent Change, Licking 5,812 6,010-3.29 percent, Logan 1,813 1,939-6.50 percent, Lorain 2,055 1,975 4.05 percent, Lucas 532 548-2.92 percent, Madison 399 451-11.53 percent, Mahon1ng 1,680 1,559 7.76 percent, Marion 828 718 15.32 percent, Medina 1,665 1,626 2.40 percent, Meigs 3,262 3,328-1.98 percent, Mercer 744 539 38.03 percent, Miami 840 690 21.74 percent, Monroe 2,864 3,093-7.40 percent, Montgomery 654 552 18.48 percent, Morgan 3,045 3,004 1.36 percent, Morrow 1,705 1,642 3.84 percent, Muskingum 5,444 5,586-2.54 percent, Noble 2,988 3,328-10.22 percent, Ottawa 313 333-6.01 percent, Paulding 1,096 935 17.22 percent, Perry 3,006 3,040-1.12 percent, Pickaway 916 888 3.15 percent, Pike 1,973 1,998-1.25 percent, Portage 1,895 2,217-14.52 percent, Preble 1,029 848 21.34 percent, Putnam 744 627 18.66 percent, Richland 3,327 3,460-3.84 percent, Ross 3,028 3,082-1.75 percent, Sandusky 691 633 9.16 percent, Scioto 2,442 2,394 2.01 percent, Seneca 1,729 1,346 28.45 percent, Shelby 1,154 841 37.22 percent, Stark 2,144 1,730 23.93 percent, Summit 1,056 1,066-0.94 percent, Trumbull 3,010 2,760 9.06 percent, Tuscarawas 5,745 5,872-2.16 percent, Union 833 854-2.46 percent, Van Wert 589 495 18.99 percent, Vinton 2,926 2,724 7.42 percent, Warren 1,332 1,325 0.53 percent, Washington 3,538 3,514 0.68 percent, Wayne 1,847 1,643 12.42 percent, Williams 1,925 1,783 7.96 percent, Wood 762 594 28.28 percent, Wyandot 1,490 1,285 15.95 percent. Statewide Totals: year 2012 year 2011 percent change, 187,032 184,007 1.64 percent.

Pheasant workshop

The Division of Wildlife, in cooperation with Ohio Outdoors-Woman Inc. and Cherrybend Pheasant Farm, is hosting a one-day pheasant-hunting workshop on March 16, 2013.

A random drawing will be held to select 20 participants. Registrations must be received by Jan. 10, 2013, and the random drawing is Jan. 11, 2013. The program will be held at Cherrybend Pheasant Farm, located at 2326 Cherrybend Road, Wilmington, Ohio 45177.

Registrations are available at wildohio.com by clicking on the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman tab. Registrations can be submitted via email to aquatic.education@dnr.state.oh.us or mailed to: Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, 2045 Morse Road, Building G-1, Columbus, Ohio 43229-6693

The event costs $50. The program includes classroom instruction, guide fees, firearms, ammunition, clay targets and lunch. All participants must provide proof of completion of a hunter education course and possess a valid Ohio hunting license.

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