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April 21, 2016

Ohio River Region – April 22nd, 2016

Cincinnati area and Clermont County – Anglers are reporting some success in the tributaries on worms as well as twister tails tipped with minnows. Catches are mostly bluegills and white bass. For Ohio River conditions go to:  newweb.erh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=iln. Meldahl Pool Area – Saugers can be caught in the early morning and later in the evening when the temperatures are

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Southeast Ohio Fishing Report – April 22nd, 2016

Dillon Lake (Muskingum County) – Fluctuating water levels below the spillway are making this Muskingum County reservoir tough to fish. Not many folks are even attempting to fish the reservoir. Still, some are catching bluegills, crappies, and saugeyes on blade baits and jig and minnow combinations. Salt Fork Lake (Guernsey County) – Anglers who are hitting the back bays

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Northeast Ohio Fishing Report – April 22nd, 2016

 Mosquito Lake (Trumbull County) – Anglers are catching walleyes this spring on this large Trumbull County lake, according to Vienna-area angler Mike Mainhart. A few walleyes have topped 16 inches and are being caught on soft plastics in orange. A few crappies are also being caught on Gulp minnows in chartreuse patterns. Pymatuning Lake (Ashtabula County) – Anglers are catching a good number

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