Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – March 27th, 2015

Dillon Lake (Muskingum County) – Fluctuating water levels below the spillway are making this Muskingum County reservoir tough to fish, reports Bob Mathie at Bob’s Outdoor Supply. When the water cooperates, anglers are picking up a few saugeyes, crappies, and bluegills on minnows and waxworms.
Bob’s Outdoor Supply, 740-349-0992 

Piedmont Lake (Belmont County) – Find the old roadbeds on the lake for the best saugeye bite, locals report. A very few anglers are managing to catch ‘eyes, while many more are catching crappies and catfish. Try Swedish Pimples or other types of ice spoons tipped with live bait for the best results.

Division of Wildlife, District 4, 740-589-9930   

Salt Fork Lake (Guernsey County) – Anglers are catching a mixed bag of fish on this southeast Ohio lake. The best advice on bait is to use small jigs tipped with minnows or waxworms. Crappies are being caught up to 12 inches. The occasional channel catfish is also being caught, according to angler reports.

Categories: Ohio Fishing Reports, South East

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