Anglers catching a tagged fish from the Ohio River are asked to retain the tag for a 2-year, multi-state study of sauger and walleye movement and angler catch rates in the Ohio River. The river-wide study will provide Ohio River biologists with an extensive understanding of sauger and walleye harvests and movement. Since November, fisheries biologists from Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio and Illinois have been placing colored tags at the base of the fish's dorsal fin. Each tag from this project is numbered and addressed to the West Virginia DNR, who is summarizing tag return data. The study is being conducted by the Ohio River Fisheries Management Team (ORFMT). This group of cooperating biologists was formed in 1990 to facilitate interjurisdictional fisheries management. This study is funded by Federal Aid for Sport Fish Restoration Anglers catching a tagged fish from the Ohio River should mail the tag or tag number, date and exact location of catch and whether the fish was kept or released. Information can be mailed to the WVDNR, 2311 Ohio Ave., Parkersburg, WV 26101, e-mailed to email@example.com or called in (304-420-4550). Additional information can be obtained from Tom Stefanavage, Indiana Big Rivers biologist, at 812-789-2724 or Chris O'Bara, project coordinator, at 304-420-4550 in West Virginia.