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Lake Erie Region Fishing Report – September 26th, 2014

Western Basin Walleye Where: Walleye fishing has been slow in the western basin. The best reports have come from northwest of North Bass Island and north of Kelleys Island. How: Anglers trolling are using worm harnesses with inline weights, divers, or bottom bouncers, and spoons pulled behind divers. Anglers casting are using mayfly rigs or

Northeast Ohio Fish Report – September 25th, 20142

Pymatuning Lake (16,349 acres; Ashtabula County) – Pymatuning Lake is located in southeastern Ashtabula County and is approximately one mile east of Andover, Ohio, and one mile north of Jamestown, Pa. State Route 85 (Ohio) bisects Pymatuning Lake’s northern and southern sections and becomes State Route 285 at the Pennsylvania border (which is approximately one

Central Ohio Fishing Report – September 26th, 2014

Indian Lake (5,040 acres; Logan County) – Saugeye: are being caught along south bank and around the Moundwood and Dream bridge areas. Try crankbaits and worm harnesses trolled near the bottom. Largemouth bass: Anglers are catching fish in the canals around cover; try spinnerbaits, tubes, and crankbaits. Bluegill: are still being caught in the channels

Ohio Cuffs & Collars – September 26th, 2014

Central Ohio – Wildlife District 1 • State wildlife officer Maurice Irish, assigned to Delaware County, received a Turn-In-a-Poacher (TIP) complaint in July regarding an individual that was observed snagging a muskellunge at the Alum Creek Reservoir spillway. The reporting person observed a man snag the fish and reel it in. The man placed the

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