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Southwest Ohio FIshing Report – April 24th, 2015

Kiser Lake (Champaign County) – The catch is a mixed bag of fish right now on this Champaign County lake. Anglers are catching bluegills, crappies, largemouth bass, and hybrid striped bass. Crappies are reportedly of some good size – fish up to 13 inches are being caught. Use minnows under a slip bobber for the best bite.

C.J. Brown Reservoir (1,970 acres, 14 miles of shoreline; Clark County) – Try early morning boat fishing for walleyes using 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 fished under a bobber for bluegill.

Caesar Creek Lake (Warren, Clinton, and Greene counties) – Anglers fishing this large impoundment in early spring are targetting spotted bass and largemouth bass with some success. Try using a jerkbait fished slowly for the best bite. Fish have ranged in size from 15 to 20 inches.

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