Northwest Ohio Fishing Report – February 13th, 2015

Indian Lake (Logan County) – Ice anglers have been congregating near North Fork and report catching a few saugeyes of decent size as well as crappies and bluegills. Orange and chartreuse seem  to be the popular patterns in a variety of baits. Ice is reportedly between six and eight inches thick. Some fishermen are focusing efforts on areas with lily pad beds and drilling through the ice there. Some crappies are reportedly being caught using glow jigs.

Lake La Su An (Williams County) – Ice is being reported between four and 51⁄2 inches thick. Anglers are catching bluegills on jig and waxworm combinations, fishing anywhere from five to 20 feet of water. Try spikes, mousies, or waxworms to entice the bluegill bite. The occasional bass is also being caught in the same areas.

Grand Lake St. Marys (Mercer and Auglaize counties) – Ice is plenty thick on much of Grand Lake St. Marys but anglers are reporting that the bite has not been good. Anglers are fishing the Coldwater Creek area for crappies and bluegills without much luck. The largest crappie being reported was about eight inches. Bluegills have been a little better, but are running small, too.

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