Southeast Region

Dillon Lake (Muskingum County) – Anglers have been catching
average size bluegills and smaller crappies below the spillway
using jigs tipped with minnows, reports Bob Mathie at Bob’s Outdoor
Supply. Jigs with Twister Tails in white or chartreuse should put
fish on the hook. Mathie said the decent bite should continue for
another week or so below the spillway until more water is let out
of the main lake.

Bob’s Outdoor Supply, 740-349-0992

Salt Fork Lake (Guernsey County) – Spillway fishing is the only
way to go right now at Salt Fork Lake, reports Joe Cook at Salt
Fork Outdoors in Cambridge. Anglers have been faring well for both
saugeyes and crappies using jigs and Twister Tails (white, pink, or
chartreuse) tipped with a minnow. Anglers have also been catching
good numbers of saugeyes at Wills Creek dam, Cook reports.

Salt Fork Outdoors, 740-439-4570, www.saltforkoutdoors.com

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