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Ohio River Region Fishing Report – December 19th, 2014

Cincinnati area and Clermont County – Anglers are reporting some success in the tributaries on worms as well as twister tails tipped with minnows. Catches are mostly bluegill and white bass.

Greenup Dam Area – Hybrid striped bass are always a favorite catch this time of year. Minnows and jigs with pearl flukes are usually the most popular with anglers and can be used successfully to catch a nice-sized fish. For those more interested in fishing for sauger, saugeyes, or walleyes, try using a three-inch flathead chartreuse jig.

Meldahl Pool Area – Sauger can be caught in the early morning and later in the evening. A simple minnow should be sufficient.

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