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STATEWIDE FISH & GAME HEARING SET FOR MARCH 5

 COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Ohio sportsmen can testify on proposed hunting, trapping and fishing regulation changes at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources' Division of Wildlife Statewide Fish & Game Hearing on March 5 in Columbus. The hearing will be held at the Division of Wildlife District 1 Office, 1500 Dublin Road, Columbus, at 9:30 a.m.
 The statewide hearing allows sportsmen a final chance to hear the regulation changes proposed at the district hearings held earlier this year and voice their opinions on the issues. Some of the proposed regulation changes which will be presented in the hearing include: extending the availability of bonus deer permits to all 88 counties; increasing the number of counties open to turkey hunting for the 1994 season to 44 by adding Morrow and Wayne counties; eliminating the daily raccoon bag limit of four; and extending the falconry season for quail, pheasant, rabbit and squirrel.
 After the statewide hearing, Division of Wildlife Chief Richard Pierce will review comments and prepare a final list of recommendations for presentation to the Ohio Wildlife Council, which will rule on the proposals during its April 1 meeting in Columbus.
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 /CONTACT: John Wisse, Division of Wildlife, 614-265-6539 or Mary Hayes of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, 614-265-6886/


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