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November 8, 2012

Ohio River Region Fishing Report – November 9th, 2012

Western Ohio River Anglers are still taking channel catfish. They are being caught on chicken livers and cut bait around warm water discharges. Carp are biting on dough balls and corn. Hybrids are hitting Rapalas and Rat L Traps. Eastern Ohio River Hybrid striped bass and white bass fishing remains consistent in the tailwaters. Popular

Lake Erie Region Fishing Report – November 9th, 2012

Western Basin All reports are based on fishing information before the major storm hit on Monday, Oct. 29. Walleye: There have been very few reports recently. As temperatures drop, walleyes will return to the islands area. Most walleyes are caught in the fall by trolling crankbaits off of planer boards. Yellow perch fishing has been

Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – November 9th, 2012

Wills Creek Lake (Muskingum County) Saugeye fishing generally picks up in the late fall, and this 375-acre lake is a great place to find this popular sport fish. Jig-and-Twister combinations, vibrating blade baits, stick baits, and live baits such as minnows are all popular with anglers. Try fishing any of these around shallow flats, points,

Northwest Oho Fishing Report – November 9th, 2012

Clear Fork Reservoir (Richland and Morrow counties) Located just 8 miles south of Mansfield along State Route 97, this 971-acre reservoir is well known for its muskellunge population. It is one of the eight lakes stocked with muskellunge in Ohio. Muskie can be caught by fishing large crankbaits along the edges of weed beds. Anglers

Central Ohio Fishing Report – November 9th, 2012

Buckeye Lake (Fairfield, Licking, and Perry counties) As water temperatures continue to cool, hybrid striped bass will feed more actively. Try chicken livers fished on the bottom or troll spinners along the north shore from Seller’s Point to the north boat ramp at State Rt. 79. Channel catfish are being taken right now using cut

Ohio Cuffs and Collars – November 9th, 2012

Central Ohio – Wildlife District 1 • On Sept. 1, the opening day of early migratory bird hunting season, wildlife officers from central Ohio worked the marshes of Big Island Wildlife Area in Marion County. Marion County Wildlife Officer Chad Grote and Union County Wildlife Officer Josh Shields paired up to check teal hunters. They

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