Ohio, which has one of the strictest fishing licenses in the country, is also one of few states in the United States to allow residents to fish for sport, with recreational anglers also allowed to hunt in certain areas.
The state also allows for certain types of fishing, such as trapping and netting.
But the number of licenses has been steadily rising, to more than 2.3 million by July 2016.
The number of licensees was nearly 8 million in 2014, and more than 11 million in 2015.
That’s an increase of about 30 percent.
A new statewide law, which took effect July 1, 2017, requires that licensees obtain a fishing license from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and must also pay fees, and also have a fishing pole and other equipment.
The law also allows a person who is caught fishing in the state to be fined up to $500 for violating the license.
The new law does not allow anyone to hunt on a sport fishing license.
However, hunters can now hunt with a registered fishing pole, if the owner is in Ohio and has permission from the state.
There are currently more than 12,500 registered fishing poles in the Ohio River, according to the state, and about 2,000 are used for fishing.
The average price for a fishing line, a bait, a net and a fishing rod in Ohio is about $2,000, according the ODRNR.
The most expensive rod in the US is a $1,000 Pro Fishing Rod.
“Ohio has a large and growing population of recreational angling enthusiasts and the ODE has the resources to ensure that the public is able to exercise their right to enjoy sport fishing,” said Michael E. Gazzaniga, ODNR director of fisheries.
“In a state where more than half the residents live in poverty, the ability for people to enjoy a fishing experience on a public beach is vital.”
The ODRN is one of six state agencies that regulates fishing.
However only three of those agencies have the resources needed to enforce the new law.
The Ohio Fish and Boat Commission oversees fishing in all rivers in the lake, but the state is also responsible for the rivers that make up the Ohio, Lake Erie, and Great Lakes.
The ODFN is responsible for enforcing the fishing regulations and is responsible to the federal government, the ODFB, the federal Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
The Fish and Game Commission regulates the sale and sale of game and other recreational products.
The Bureau of Fish and Fisheries regulates the collection, transport, and disposal of catch and other products, such of fish and wildlife.
The US Fish and Forest Service oversees the hunting, trapping, and harvesting of game.
The Forest Service, which is the largest agency of the federal Department of the Interior, oversees the land and water resource management in the nation’s forests.