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Ohio Cuffs & Collars – July 17th, 2015

Division of Wildlife Central Ohio – Wildlife District 1 • State wildlife officer Brad Kiger received a call from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office in the early morning during the 2014 deer-gun season. The sheriff’s office stated that a deputy stopped a car, arrested the driver for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, and found two

Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – July 17th, 2015

Lake White (333 acres; Pike County) – Largemouth and spotted bass may be a little harder to catch this time of year, but they can still be found in the lake. Pay particular attention to visible structure. Artificial lures such as rubber worms, spinnerbaits, and crankbaits work well. The riprap face of the dam and boat docks are good areas

Southwest Ohio Fishing Report – July 17th, 2015

Acton Lake (590 acres; Preble County) – Channel catfish are biting on chicken livers fished along the bottom. Fishing for channel catfish is productive anywhere in the lake. Saugeyes on the Butler County side of the lake are being caught by anglers using minnows or artificial bait. Keep the bait 10 to 12 feet deep for the best results. Bluegills

Northeast Ohio Fishing Report – July 17th, 2015

Clendening Lake (1,702 acres; Harrison County) – Boats with motors of 10 horsepower or less are permitted on the lake. Largemouth bass have been active and anglers are doing well on buzzbaits and spinnerbaits. Try working around weedbeds and fallen trees. When the bite slows, try finessing soft plastics. White bass have been actively schooling and can be found by looking for

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