Central Region Alum Creek Lake (Delaware County) – Fishermen are using Jigging Raps to catch saugeyes and crappies in deep water, according to local reports. The best action is to let the bait sink to
Ohio Outdoor News Fishing Report
A mixed bag amid a mix of open and hard water.
When anglers have been able to get on the water, there’s been fish to be had.
As we transition into early winter, when the weather has cooperated, anglers are having success.
As the hard-water season looms, fish are being had.
Central Region Alum Creek Lake (Delaware County) — Anglers fishing the main lake are catching crappies and saugeyes. For the saugeyes, which have been in the 15- to 16-inch range, fishermen are using Smithwick Rogues
Central Region Alum Creek Lake (Delaware County) — Anglers trolling Flicker Shad are picking up saugeyes and even some smallmouth bass that have ranged up to 18 inches. Most of the smallmouths being caught are
Central Region O’Shaughnessy Reservoir (Delaware County) – Jigs worked vertically in shallow water are taking their share of crappies, white bass, and bluegills here. Fish the light jigs in five to 10 feet of water
Central Region Hoover Reservoir (Delaware, Franklin Counties) – Minnow rigs trolled slowly are taking their fair share of crappies on this central Ohio waterway. Some of the crappies have been slab size, too, up to