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October 9, 2008

Ohio River Region

Meladhl Dam – (Clermont County) – Anlglers are having success on largemouth using buzzbaits. Fish are remaining shallow until about noon. Downtown Cincinnati to Riverbend – (Hamilton County) Anglers are catching channel catfish and blue catfish. Try using thawed cut skipjack and hot dogs coated in steak seasoning.

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Southwest Region

Caesar Creek Lake (Warren County) – Muskie anglers continue to be successful. Anglers report catching 30- to 40-inch muskies with numerous follows. Try casting large bucktail spinners, jerk baits, or crankbaits around standing or fallen timber in coves or along main lake shorelines. Anglers are beginning to catch crappies by fishing minnows under a bobber

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Southeast Region

Nockamixon Lake (Bucks County) – Walleye fishing picked up in recent weeks, with anglers targeting points and ledges, trolling crankbaits. Bass and crappies also have been hitting. Delaware River (Bucks County) – Fishing pressure picked up on smallmouth bass in late September. Anglers also were targeting walleyes and smallmouth bass, 15 to 17 inches, on

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Northwest Region

Killdeer Reservoir (Wyandot County) – The water temperature is 68 degrees and the water level is low. Some walleyes have been taken during the late mornings and early evenings. Drifting nightcrawlers and leeches along the south shoreline are producing the best results. Channel catfish are being caught by night fishing. Still fishing a live bluegill

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