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June 21, 2012

Southwest Ohio Fishing Report – June 22nd, 2012

Adams Lake (Adams County) Anglers should have good success fishing from the shoreline. Bluegills and crappies can be caught on nightcrawlers and wax worms. This is a great place for fishing with youth. Pay careful attention to the trees and weeds along the bank. Fish are hitting around 18 inches deep. Cowan Lake (Clinton County)

Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – June 22nd, 2012

Muskingum River (Washington County) Try casting into the tailwater areas for “gill” catches that average seven inches, with anglers usually reporting good numbers caught in the Marietta pool. Try using redworms and wax worms fished under a bobber for best results. For saugers, try fishing in the early morning and at sunset using jigs tipped

Northeast Ohio Fishing Report – june 22nd, 2012

Guilford Lake (Columbiana County) Bass fishing has been consistently good. Anglers have done consistently well of late on weightless Senko-type soft plastics. The dam and the wooded north shoreline have been top spots. Panfish have bit well on wax worms fished under bobbers, with the area near the park office and the far western shoreline

Central Ohio Fishing Report – June 22nd, 2012

Alum Creek Lake (Delaware) Saugeyes are biting on worm harnesses and crankbaits fished close to the bottom. Muskie are being caught around shoreline cover and off of main lake points. Largemouth bass are being caught using creature baits, tubes and crankbaits along shoreline cover. Crappies are moving to deeper water as water temperatures increase. Fish

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