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No person within the state shall buy, sell, expose for sale, offer for sale, or have in possession for any such purpose any game bird or game quadruped, or any part thereof, whether taken within or without the state.

Bald or golden eagles and ospreys shall not be killed or possessed at any time, except that eagles or ospreys may be possessed for educational purposes by governmental or municipal zoological parks, museums, and scientific or educational institutions.No open season Coot............................................. Oct.16-Dec.14 25 25 Duck............................................. Oct.16-Dec.14 10 20 Geese and Brant.................................. Oct.16-Dec.14 3 6 Hare or Rabbit................................... Nov.15-Jan.1 4 4 Gray, Black, and Fox Squirrel.................... No person shall carry a permit issued in the name of another person.Sept.25-Oct.10 4 8 Red or Pine Squirrel............................. (D) Every person, while engaged in falconry on the lands of another, shall carry the permit issued to the person under this section together with a valid hunting license issued to the person for the current license year under section 1533.13 of the Revised Code and shall exhibit the permit and license to any law enforcement officer requesting to see them.No closed season Ground Hog or Woodchuck.......................... (E) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, of any rule adopted by the chief governing falconry, or of any federal regulation governing raptors, no person shall take or disturb for the purpose of falconry the nest of a wild raptor or any young raptor in the wild that is not yet capable of flight except in such situations, and under the direct supervision of a wildlife officer, where the nest otherwise would be destroyed or the raptor would not survive. (A) The chief of the division of wildlife may authorize commercial and noncommercial propagation of raptors by rules adopted pursuant to section 1531.08 of the Revised Code.No closed season Deer............................................. No open season Bear............................................. No open season (C) All species of fur-bearing animals may be taken and possessed only according to the following schedule, or as otherwise provided in this chapter or Chapter 1531. Inland Trapping Lake Erie District Trapping District Open Season Open Season Name Mink .......................................... The rules shall be consistent with federal regulations governing raptor propagation.(D) This section does not apply to propagation of raptors by the state, any agency of the state, the United States, any agency or instrumentality thereof, or any zoological park. No person shall catch, kill, injure, pursue, or have in the person's possession, either dead or alive, or purchase, expose for sale, transport, or ship to a point within or without the state, or receive or deliver for transportation any bird other than a game bird, or have in the person's possession any part of the plumage, skin, or body of any bird other than a game bird, except as permitted in Chapter 1531.and this chapter of the Revised Code, or disturb or destroy the eggs, nest, or young of such a bird.The waters of Lake Erie and the waters, lands, and marshes included in Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky, Erie, Lorain, Cuyahoga, Lake, and Ashtabula counties constitute the "Lake Erie trapping district," and all other waters, lands, and marshes within the state constitute the "inland trapping district." The waters of Lake Erie; the waters of Sandusky bay as far west as a continuation due south to the Sandusky county shore of the section line between sections 23 and 24 in Bay township, Ottawa county, and as far east as a continuation due north of the township line between Perkins and Huron townships, Erie county, indicated by markers which shall be permanently erected on each shore; and the waters of Maumee bay as far south as a line which shall be a continuation due eastward of the section line between sections 16 and 21 in Washington township, Lucas county, indicated by markers which shall be permanently erected on each shore, constitute the "Lake Erie fishing district." All other waters over which the state has jurisdiction, whether lakes, rivers, creeks, or reservoirs or whether natural or artificial, including East Harbor, West Harbor, and Middle Harbor in Ottawa county, and the waters of Ten Mile creek lying within this state constitute the "inland fishing district." (A) All species or kinds of fish may be taken and possessed only according to the following schedule or as otherwise provided in this chapter or Chapter 1531. Minimum Legal Daily Lengths Bag Name of Fish Open Season in Inches Limits Inland Lake Erie 1 Muskellunge..... No closed No closed None None 20 20 season season 11 Catfish........ This section does not apply to acts of a peace officer, the owner of the lands or waters, or a tenant or other person acting under authority of the owner on the lands or waters. (B) The chief of the division of wildlife may authorize the taking, possession, and transportation of raptors for use in the sport of falconry by rules adopted pursuant to section 1531.08 of the Revised Code.No closed No closed 30 None 2 None season season 2 Yellow Pike-perch No closed No closed 13 None 6 None season season 3 Bluegill........ No closed No closed None None 20 None season season Division (A)(7) of this section includes brooktrout, rainbow trout, and brown trout. (D) Upon petition by a person who is or reasonably may be affected by conduct that violates or will violate division (A) of this section and a showing by that person that the conduct has occurred in a particular place and may reasonably be expected to occur in or near that place again, a court of common pleas may enjoin the conduct in accordance with Civil Rule . (B) As used in this section, "suppressor" means any device used for diminishing the sound of any shot, bullet, or projectile that is discharged from a gun that is authorized to be used for hunting by section 1533.16 of the Revised Code. The rules shall be consistent with federal regulations governing raptors and may authorize the taking of game by the use of raptors, including taking with a trained raptor and a dog.Nov.15-Nov.30 2 4 Ruffed Grouse.................................... Nov.15-Nov.30 2 4 Hungarian Partridge.............................. Nov.15-Nov.30 4 4 Sharp-tailed Grouse.............................. No open season Pinnated Grouse.................................. No open season Woodcock......................................... Oct.10-Oct.24 4 8 Wilson's or Jack Snipe........................... An applicant for a permit shall present a valid hunting license issued to the applicant for the current license year under section 1533.13 of the Revised Code and shall maintain a valid and current hunting license thereafter while taking or attempting to take game or raptors to be used for falconry purposes.Oct.16-Dec.14 15 15 Rail and Gallinule............................... Sept.1-Nov.30 15 15 Black-breasted Plover............................ No open season Golden Plover.................................... No open season Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs.................... No closed season No closed season Raccoon ....................................... A permit issued under this section is not transferable.