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Clarification Set for Controlled Waterfowl Hunting at LaDue

September 6, 2013
Ohio Valley Outdoors

AKRON, OH - The ODNR Division of Wildlife District 3 office has offered a clarification on the hunting availability at LaDue Reservoir during Controlled Waterfowl Hunting for 2013. A permit is required to hunt at the reservoir. A corrected rules sheet can be found attached to this article or online at:

Jamey Emmert, Communications Specialist with the DOW, offered this explanation, "the first 'LaDue waterfowl rules and info sheet' that was posted on our website had a comment leading people to believe that they could hunt the reservoir without a permit if they stayed 50 yards from an existing blind site. That is not true. To hunt the lake, a permit is required to hunt waterfowl on any portion of the Ladue Reservoir east of state route 44 or the adjacent land within 50 yards of the shoreline."

Emmert continues, "Many hopeful hunters have already printed the incorrect sheet and some have called questioning the error but we think there are many who may be misinformed."

Hunters can indeed field hunt around the reservoir, as long as they stay at least 50 yards from the shoreline. This is new this year.

The (corrected) attached rule sheet, is intended only for hunters who are successfully drawn to hunt waterfowl at LaDue Reservoir but it's made available prior to the drawing so applicants know what to expect ahead of time.

For additional information, call the DOW District 3 office at 330-644-2293.



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