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Central Ohio Fishing Report – January 2nd, 2015

 Alum Creek Lake (3,269 acres; Delaware County) – Saugeye: Fish minnow-imitating crankbaits along the dam and causeways at dawn and dusk. Fishing the points with jigs tipped with a minnow can also be productive. After a water release, fish the spillway with jigs. Crappie: Try jigging off deep points that have old stumps and in the northern basin of the lake around fallen trees in the creek channel. Crappie must be 9 inches or longer to harvest.
 Delaware Lake (1,017 acres; Delaware County) – Crappie: Fish the old river channel and deep water with woody cover using a jig tipped with a minnow. Use slip bobbers to place the bait over the fish. Nine-inch minimum length limit on crappie. Channel catfish: Target the north end of the lake using cut bait or chicken livers.

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