By Amy Kronenberger
ST. MARYS - The hunt for eggs has begun.
Workers at the St. Marys State Fish Hatchery are collecting and fertilizing fish eggs. Some already have hatched.
"Fish season begins right now," hatchery superintendent Morton Pugh said.
The hatchery - 43 acres of ponds in Grand Lake's backyard - breeds walleye, saugeye, yellow perch and channel catfish to stock in waters across Ohio. They also breed fathead minnows to supply forage for the fish bred at St. Marys and at other hatcheries. [More