OHIO (WJW) — In response to the COVID-19 crisis and the Ohio Department of Health’s stay at home order, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife is temporarily suspending the sale of non-resident hunting and fishing licenses.
According to a release, the temporary suspension went into effect at midnight Tuesday. Sales will resume when COVID-19 guidelines change or are lifted.
Those who currently have a non-resident hunting or fishing license may hunt or fish in Ohio, but are asked to abide by ODH guidance and self-quarantine for 14 days before they do so.
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