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February 25, 2016

Ohio River Region – February 26th, 2016

Greenup Dam – Hybrid striped bass and white bass should be moving this time of year. For hybrid striped bass, try fishing cut baits and live baits off the bottom. For white bass, try using topwater lures as well as skipjack, chubs, shiners, and cut bait. Early mornings will probably produce the most catches. Meldahl Dam (Clermont County) – Channel catfish and flathead

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Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – February 26th, 2016

​Dillon Lake (Muskingum County) – The spillway bite here is the only game in town on this Muskingum County lake that is surrounded by the state park. Lucky anglers can try for saugeyes and crappies here with blade baits or jig and minnow combinations that are typical wintertime offerings. Seneca Lake (Noble and Guernsey counties) – Fishermen trying their

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Southwest Ohio Fishing Report – February 26th, 2016e

​Kiser Lake (Champaign County) – Before the weekend warm-up the last weekend in January, Kiser Lake was giving up good numbers of panfish through five to six inches of ice. All bets are off now, though, as temperatures in the 50s likely deteriorated much of the good ice. In case the ice comes back on, the successful setup has been a

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