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Northwest Ohio Fishing Report – December 6th, 2013

Findlay Reservoir #2 (Hancock County) – Findlay Reservoir #2 is located southwest of Findlay on Township Road 207. There is a full boat ramp at the southern shore of the reservoir. Yellow perch and walleyes should be biting. Yellow perch can be caught around structure. The best baits include minnows and red worms fished near the bottom with spreaders or crappie rigs. For walleyes, anglers should try fishing along the shoreline during the morning and evening hours. There is a 9.9-horsepower limit on the reservoir.

Nettle Lake (Williams County) – This natural glacial lake is located on County Road 4.75, off State Route 49. Largemouth bass and crappie should be biting this time of year. Evenings usually produce the best. Bass anglers should focus their efforts along the edges using top-water lures and worms. Large crappies can usually be found near the lily pads in the northwest corner. There is a boat ramp at the southwest corner of the lake. Nettle Lake has no horsepower restrictions; however, there is a no wake rule (power boaters must operate at idle speed) between the hours of 6 p.m. and 10 a.m. From 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., there are no speed restrictions for power boaters.

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