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March 10, 2016

Central Ohio Fishing Report – March 11th, 2016

Buckeye Lake (Fairfield, Licking, and Perry counties) — Expect the early spring crappie bite to turn on soon, particularly in the Thornport area. Fish for them six inches deep with 1⁄64- to 1⁄80-ounce jigs suspended under a bobber. Anglers might also try the north shore ramp, Fairfield Beach, or Seller’s Point for saugeyes. Some saugeyes

Northwest Ohio Fishing Report – March 11th, 2016

Grand Lake St. Marys (Auglaize and Mercer counties) — Anglers are reporting catching some crappies and bluegills on this western Ohio lake. Try the tried and true jig and minnow combination or just a simple waxworm under a bobber for best results. Some bass are also being caught by those anglers fishing for panfish. Maumee River (Lucas County) —  As of March 1, wading to

Northeast Ohio Fishing Report – March 11th, 2016

Conneaut Creek (Ashtabula County) — Conneaut Creek, one of the premier steelhead destinations in Ohio, is primed for the steelhead bite right now. Slushy conditions will be encountered, particularly in the morning hours, due to cold weather conditions. Try spawn sacs for the best steelhead bite. Mosquito Creek Lake (Trumbull County) — A few walleyes are being caught in this Trumbull County lake

Southwest Ohio Fishing Report – March 11th, 2016e

Paint Creek Lake (Highland County) — The campground area of Paint Creek Lake is giving up good numbers of crappies, according to angler reports. Successful anglers are suspending minnows by a bobber in five to eight feet of water. Black and chartreuse jigs tipped with a minnow are also working well. The absolute best bite, however,

Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – March 11th, 2016

Dillon Lake (Muskingum County) — Anglers fishing a backwater pond off Dillon have had good luck catching pan-sized crappies. Fish have ranged from 10 to 13 inches. Some saugeyes are being caught at the spillway, too. Anglers have also had some luck fishing the dock poles off the main marina for saugeyes and crappies. Wills Creek Lake (Muskingum and Coshocton counties) — Anglers

Ohio River Region – March 11th, 2016

At Greenup Dam, anglers are catching saugers, white bass, and catfish fishing along the Kentucky side. The best bite is coming on minnows. In the Meldahl pool, anglers are reporting catching hybrid stripers up to 20-plus inches. Some saugers are also being caught on floating jigs tipped with a minnow.

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