Friday, February 3rd, 2023
Friday, February 3rd, 2023

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Northeast Region

The 2008 fall trout stockings in northeast Ohio began in early
October. The trout stocking program targets small inland waters,
including state and community park lakes, as well as other
easy-access lakes throughout the state. A bag limit of five trout
per person per day and anglers 16 and older must posses an Ohio
fishing license. For more information about the stocking program,
or to obtain directions to specific trout lakes, visit www.wildohio.com

Oct. 10 _ – Ohio/Erie Canal (Cuyahoga County)

Oct. 17 – Petros Lake (Stark County)

Oct. 17 – Granger Pond (Lake County)

Oct. 17 – Painesville Rec Park (Lake County)

Leesville Reservoir (Carroll County) – The native muskellunge,
also known as the muskie or the fish of a thousand casts, is very
sought after for its huge size, unpredictable nature, and
difficulty to catch. For anglers at Leesville Reservoir, muskie
fishing can be very productive in this 1,045-acre lake located off
of State Route 212. Anglers casting spinners and crankbaits for
bass have discovered that 18- to 30-inch muskies can’t resist these
lures. Anglers who do not plan on keeping muskellunge should wet
their hands and gently release the fish immediately.

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