Lake Erie’s big schools of walleye produced a record-setting number of youngsters last spring, according to Ohio Division of Wildlife surveys. Now those little walleye – basically two eyes and a wiggle last summer – are now four to five inches in length, and big enough to chase a walleye lure. Anglers are reporting that in some areas, they have caught tremendous numbers of those baby walleye. There is no doubt a lot of them will be caught in the coming months, and since they’re a long way from being a legal catch, fishermen should take great care in releasing the small fish. (Photo by D’Arcy Egan)
Spring Severe Weather Awareness Week training begins
Gov. Mike DeWine has designated the week of March 20-24 as Severe Weather Awareness Week. Many Ottawa County schools, health care facilities and...