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Southwest Ohio FIshing Report – December 19th, 2014

C. J. Brown Reservoir (Clark County) – Walleye fishing continues to improve. Try early morning boat angling fishing jigs tipped with a nightcrawler over the mid-lake humps and in the north end of the lake. Remember there is a 15-inch minimum size limit and daily bag of six on walleye. Bluegills can be caught around the rocky shorelines of the dam and the marina. Also, try fishing the wooden piling structures near the boat ramp and campground. Use waxworms or red worms for bluegill, fished under a bobber.

Indian Creek Wildlife Area (Brown County) – Try your luck on bluegill and sunfish using red worms, earthworms, or waxworms.  Keep the bait about two to three feet deep. The Family Fishing Pond is best and is marked and accessible from Campbell Road in the wildlife area.

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