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Ohio Game & Fish November 2018

Every month in Game & Fish, you'll discover the best hotspots throughout your region for hunting and fishing. We'll also bring you your state's latest outdoor news, plus plenty of how-to tactics and special strategies designed to make you a more successful hunter and angler.

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We hope you’ve already filled a bow tag this season and tasted backstraps again. If not, you’ve still got time to get in on the action. Turn to page 11 to take a look at some of the latest hunting firearms for 2018. We inspected chambers, pulled triggers and checked accuracy on a bunch of fine options. It might be time for you to up your game and spring for a new deer or coyote gun. Or you might just want to see what’s out there. Either way, we’re sure you’ll be triggered to get out in the woods, field or treestand.…

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in the field

Hunting and Trapping Seasons Open HUNTING SEASONS for upland game including rabbits and pheasants statewide, and bobwhite quail in 16 counties, open November 2nd, followed by the November 10th opener for fox, raccoon, skunk, weasel and opossum hunting and trapping statewide. The youth deer gun season is November 17th and 18th statewide and the regular deer gun season begins November 26th. MWCD Lakes’Winter Drawdown Underway AS PART of the flood risk management operation of the reservoirs and dams in the Muskingum River Watershed, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin its annual temporary drawdown of the normal pool elevation of the lake levels this month. The drawdown allows for additional flood storage capacity needed during the winter thaw and spring rains. The lakes typically begin to return to normal pool elevation in…

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we want to hear from you

Game & Fish readers are hardcore sportsmen, and don’t all sportsmen have an opinion? You bet. We want to hear your thoughts on our fishing and hunting stories, our gear coverage and how the magazine is laid out. Is there something we’re missing? Can we do a better job? We know you have an opinion. Let’s hear it... CONTACT US EMAIL: todd.kuhn@outdoorsg.com INSTAGRAM: @gameandfishmag FACEBOOK.com/gameandfishTEXT: 404-934-8928 MAIL: Todd Kuhn / GAME & FISH 3330 Chastain Meadows Pkwy., Ste. 200, Kennesaw, GA 30144…

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ohio calendar

NOVEMBER 1, 9 & 21 PHEASANT RELEASE Pheasants released after legal shooting time by the Ohio Division of Wildlife at two dozen public hunting areas statewide. NOVEMBER 4 WATERFOWL SEASON ENDS First “split” of waterfowl hunting season ends in the North and South Zones. NOVEMBER 10 TRAPPING SEASON OPENS Fox, raccoon, skunk, opossum, and weasel trapping and hunting seasons begin statewide; mink and muskrat trapping seasons open statewide. NOVEMBER 10 MARSH WATERFOWL SEASON OPENS Waterfowl hunting season opens in Lake Erie Marsh Zone. NOVEMBER 17-18 YOUTH DEER FIREARM SEASON Youth deer firearms season open statewide. NOVEMBER 25 QUAIL SEASON CLOSES Quail season closes in the 16 counties open to hunting fall turkey season closes in the 56 counties open to hunting Woodcock and snipe hunting seasons close statewide. NOVEMBER 26 DEER SEASON OPENS Deer firearms season opens statewide.…

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2018’s best hunting rigs

BOLT-ACTION › BROWNING X-BOLT HUNTER .30-06 Springfield, $899 WHAT WE LIKED: It improves upon a classic A-Bolt design, features a free-floated barrel, extremely crisp trigger and a wide variety of cartridges for whatever game you’re pursuing. WHAT WE’D CHANGE: The proprietary bases and scope rings can be tricky to find. LAUNCHED IN 2008, a little over 20 years after the A-Bolt made its public debut, the X-Bolt made an impact on the bolt-action rifle market. Some of its more noteworthy features are the 60-degree bolt throw, detachable rotary magazine, bolt unlock button, and its recoil inflex technology that helps mitigate recoil by pushing the stock down and away from the shooter’s face. The feather trigger is crisp and can be adjusted from 2 to 5 pounds. Contrary to the classic A-Bolt design, which features…

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1 gun, 40 barrels

IN 1967, Thompson/Center offered the first Contender: a single-shot, hammerfired pistol that could be easily converted to a rifle, a shotgun or a muzzleloader. Although it looked like nothing else on the market at that time, shooters and hunters immediately fell in love with Thompson/Center’s new handgun. In particular, competitive silhouette pistol shooters favored the T/C’s lengthy barrel and robust grip as well as the fact that the Contender could be modified to fire a variety of cartridges. Many of those silhouette shooters were also hunters, and the Contender became one of the top options for handgun hunting. In 2013 Thompson/Center dropped the Contender from their line, but within two years the company brought back a new, sleek, modernized version of the pistol. The modern T/C G2 Contender looks very much…