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December 20, 2012

Ohio Calendar of Events – December 21st, 2012

Banquets/Fundraisers Jan. 12, 2013: Pinecrest Hunting Club Banquet, 5 p.m., New Russia Twp Hall, Oberlin. For more info call John Emerich, 440-667-4550. Jan. 18, 2013: Fulton County Sportsmen Banquet, 5-2 a.m. For info call Greg Ruger, 419-583-7662. Jan. 26, 2013: Caesar Creek WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Ancil Dodge Auction House. For more info call Kevin Woods, 937-239-3074. Jan.

Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – December 21st, 2012

Clendening Lake (Harrison County) Just like it does at this time every year during drawdown, saugeye fishing pressure is picking up on the bridges of this 1,800-acre Harrison County lake. Fish are being caught here and there, better on some days than others, by anglers jigging blade baits, particularly Vib-Es in any pattern. Pitstop/Star Fire

Northeast Ohio Fishing Report – December 21st, 2012

Pleasant Hill Lake (Richland and Ashland counties) Anglers are catching saugeyes below the spillway by casting jigs into the current. Best colors in tails has been white, yellow, or chartreuse. After dark, try casting Husky Jerks or Smithwicks from the rocks. Division of Wildlife, District 3, 330-644-2293 Berlin Reservoir (Portage, Mahoning, and Stark counties) Anglers

Northwest Oho Fishing Report – December 21st, 2012

Sandusky River (Sandusky, Seneca counties) Anglers can catch crappies, white bass, smallmouth bass and maybe a few walleyes above the Ballville dam during the winter months. Throw in-line spinnerbaits for smallmouths on the stretch of the river that runs through Tiffin. Division of Wildlife, Findlay Reservoirs No. 1 and No. 2 (Hancock County) As

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