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Northwest Ohio Fishing Report – November 22nd, 2013

 Portage Lakes (Summit County) – Largemouth bass are growing in the Portage Lakes, and most likely in lakes statewide, for the winter. With a warm front pushing through, fishing action should pick up this week as fish should be actively feeding. Anglers are doing well fishing blade baits, jerkbaits, and crankbaits. There have also been some anglers targeting crappies from shore who have had some success. They have focused their efforts on near-shore structure. Minnows and small soft plastics with jigs under a bobber have provided the most consistent bite.

Wingfoot Lake (Portage County) – Wingfoot Lake has helped many anglers put some fillets in the fryer and freezer. Good numbers of crappies and perch are being caught by anglers. Successful anglers are reporting that the majority of fish caught are biting on a plain hook with a minnow under a float. Combining a minnow with a jig and soft plastic or fishing just the jig with the soft plastic has seemed to slow the bite.

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