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September 26, 2013

Ohio Rivier Region Fishing Report – September 27th, 2013

Clermont County – Smallmouth bass fishing will begin to pick up as temperatures decrease and water levels increase. Anglers interested in smallmouths have done well casting into areas of current, especially rocky areas, using a variety of artificial baits or minnows. Anglers have been catching 12- to 15-inch channel catfish by tight-lining off the shore

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Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – September 27th, 2013

AEP ReCreation Land (Morgan and Noble counties) – Largemouth bass fishing should start picking up as temperatures begin to cool. Try using black plastic worms fished during the daytime or top-water buzzbaits fished during the night and early dusk time period. Bluegills and redear sunfish are popular at this area due to the better-than-average size

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Northeast Ohio Fishing Report – September 27th, 2013

Northeast Ohio Reservoirs – Largemouth bass are biting well across the region if your timing is right. Target areas with visible baitfish activity, looking for actively feeding bass. Experiment with aggressive reaction baits such as crankbaits and rattle baits, or slower presentations such as unweighted finesse worms or topwater baits, to determine the mood of

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