Attention Ohio Sportsmen: Ohio Division of Wildlife Considering Concealed Carry!

Posted on February 20, 2007

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The Ohio Division of Wildlife will soon be holding annual open house meetings for each of its districts. The meetings will be held on Sunday, March 4 at District Offices in Districts 1-4 and at the Greene County Fish and Game Clubhouse for District 5.  

The wildlife regulations, including those which prohibit concealed carry, are reviewed only once per year.  Your help is needed now!  The Ohio Division of Wildlife has been slow to follow state law, and allow sportsmen and women
, with a CHL to carry a concealed handgun while deer hunting in Ohio.  This is an ideal opportunity to have the voices of Ohio’s sportsmen heard to allow carrying concealed afield.

 

Please take the time to attend these open houses.  If you are unable to attend, please contact your District Office and/or the Chief of the Ohio Division of Wildlife:

 

Mr. Steve Gray, Chief

Ohio Division of Wildlife

2045 Morse Road

Building G

Columbus, OH 43229-6693
1-800-945-3543

 

Comments may be sent via email at: wildinfo@dnr.state.oh.us

 

The following link provides information including maps to the open house locations:

 

http://www.dnr.ohio.gov/wildlife/Publicmeetings/councilmeetings.htm

 

Open house locations:

 

Wildlife District 1
1500 Dublin Road
Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 644-3925

District Manager Dan Huss

 

Wildlife District 2
952 Lima Avenue
Findlay, Ohio 45840
(419) 424-5000

District Manager John Daughtery

 

Wildlife District 3
912 Portage Lakes Drive
Akron, Ohio 44319
(330) 644-2293

District Manager Jeff Herrick

 

Wildlife District 4
360 E. State Street
Athens, Ohio 45701
(740) 589-9930

District Manager Jeff Harris

 

Wildlife District 5

Greene County Fish and Game Association

1538 Union Road, Xenia
(937) 372-9261

District Manager Todd Haines


To find further contact information or help identifying your legislators
please use the "Write Your Representative" feature found at www.NRAILA.org.

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