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Sportsmen Since 1967

April 24, 2008

Central Region

Buckeye Lake (Fairfield, Licking, and Perry counties) – Hybrid striped bass weighing up to 10 pounds are active along the north shore between Seller’s Point and Watkins Island in 4 to 8 feet of water. Try using chicken livers fished on the bottom or suspended under a bobber; or try trolling spinners, crankbaits or large plastic […]

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Cleveland’s port authority in planning stages to move ops

Cleveland – While heralded as a boon to lakefront development, the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority’s proposed relocation on Lake Erie also has raised concerns about the project’s effect on wildlife, fishing, and boating. But officials associated with the project, which would unfold over the next quarter of a century and cost an estimated hundreds of

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Northeast Region

Mauch Chunk Lake (Carbon County) – Anglers were hoping the warming trend would spur the panfish bite. Lackawanna Lake (Lackawanna County) – Anglers have been catching brook and rainbow trout on rainbow color PowerBait. Francis Slocum State Park Lake (Luzerne County) – Crappies and bluegills have been hitting small jigs and live bait a few

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Shabbona: Crappies and bluegills are biting on waxworms and crappie minnows. Park hours in April are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Hours May through October will be 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Crappie and bluegill fishing has been fair. Braidwood: Both launches at the cooling lake south of Joliet are open. Regulations are unchanged.

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