North West

Northwest Oho Fishing Report – October 12th, 2012

Upper Sandusky Reservoir #2 (Wyandot County) This 118-acre reservoir located southeast of Upper Sandusky on County Road 60 provides some excellent family fishing opportunities. Crappies should be biting along the brush line as well as in the standing timber areas. Try using live minnows fished under a slip bobber or casting an eighth-ounce jig with a Twister Tail tipped with…

Northwest Oho Fishing Report – September 28th, 2012

Ottawa Reservoir (Putnam County) This 20-acre reservoir is located near the Putnam County Fairgrounds on South Agner Street. Bluegills should be biting right now. Try fishing with wax worms under a slip bobber set to 4 to 6 feet. Anglers have been having the best success fishing in the mornings. Boats are allowed, but are restricted to electric motors only….

Northwest Oho Fishing Report – September 14th, 2012

Clear Fork Reservoir (Richland and Morrow counties) Located just eight miles south of Mansfield along State Route 97, this 971-acre reservoir is well known for its muskellunge population. It is one of the eight lakes stocked with muskellunge in Ohio. However, the reservoir has good populations of largemouth bass and bluegills, as well. Bluegill fishing should be excellent this time…

Northwest Oho Fishing Report – August 31st, 2012

Maumee River (Lucas and Wood counties) Anglers looking for some smallmouth action should check out the Maumee River around Grange Island near the Route 64 bridge in Waterville. Anglers have been wading and casting pink and chartreuse Twister Tails. Good numbers of fish in the 8-15-inch range have been caught, as well as a few larger ones. The best areas…

Northwest Minnesota Fishing Report – August 17th, 2012

ALEXANDRIA AREA Spinners and crawlers are producing walleyes during low-light periods on the eight- to 12-foot weedlines of Lake Miltona, Lake Ida, and Lake Carlos. Muskie action also has picked up on the weedlines of Miltona, while crappies and sunfish are being found in 18 to 20 feet on Lake Darling and Lake Le Homme Dieu. Look for bigger bass…

Northwest Oho Fishing Report – August 3rd, 2012

North Turkeyfoot Creek (Henry County) The best place for anglers to access the river is at the North Turkeyfoot Creek State Park Access off of State Route 24, just east of the State Route 109 bridge. During the summer months, anglers can expect to catch catfish in the mornings and evenings. Fish can be caught anywhere along the bank, especially…