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Tuesday, June 18th, 2024

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Tuesday, June 18th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

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Charles Mill Lake, Richland/Ashland counties

The lake is known for several species of fish among local anglers, but channel cats are probably tops. There are big ones and lots of them, along with a scattering of flatheads that might reach

Ramsey Lake, Fayette County

Fishing is a favorite pastime for Ramsey Lake visitors. The lake is managed by draw-down sand stocking. Some of the species involved in the stocking program include largemouth bass, bluegills, redear sunfish, channel catfish and

Pro Tip of the Week: Red River catfish

Instead of looking for current seams as in a normal year, you want to just find the current, wherever that is. Normally the fast water is everywhere, but on a year like this, you will

Lake Snowden, Athens County

The primary species sought by anglers here is largemouth bass. You’ll find plenty of fish, though they run rather small.

Big Darby a unique place in Central Ohio

Big Darby is a smallmouth bass haven. And private and public interests do what they can to get the word out concerning the value and vulnerability of Big Darby as a public resource.

Iowa Fishing Report – March 18, 2021

The ice is all but gone from waters across the state. And the fishing? Depends on the species and fishery you’re targeting. Check out what’s what here.

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