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Northwest Oho Fishing Report - November 23rd, 2012

Posted on November 22, 2012

Paulding Reservoir (Paulding County)

The water is clear and is 63 degrees.  Saugeyes are being caught in the early mornings.  Minnows under a slip bobber is working great as is jigs with Twister Tails.  The waved washed shoreline is the best place to fish.

Auglaize River (Paulding County)

The water is a bit cloudy and the water temperature is 63 degrees.  Crappies are being taken in good numbers in the mornings and evenings.  Minnows fished below a bobber is working great as is small jigs tipped with small minnows.  Find areas in the main river with brush piles.

Flat Rock Creek (Paulding County)

The water is cloudy and the water temperature is 63 degrees.  Crappies are being taken in the mornings and evenings.  Minnows fished beneath a bobber is the way to go.  The Flat Rock Creek access area and near the Paulding Reservoir are the hot spots.

Sandusky River (Seneca County)

Smallmouth bass and rock bass are being caught in the river.  Casting spinner baits is the best method.