Fishing & Hunting Reports Fishing & Hunting Reports

0 comments / Jul 15, 2018,author:Bud Baringer" > Posted on by Bud Baringer

Fishing  Reports:

 

Live Emeralds, Waxies, and Nightcrawlers in store…
We also have Frozen and our Viagra Emerald Shiners in the store as well......

 

GET YOUR LICENSES BEFORE YOU GET HERE TO SAVE YOURSELF THE GRIEF

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Walleye:

 Fish seem to be scattered and there are schools of fish in many of the normal spots. Crawler rigs, True-Trips and Spoons have been leading the charge and Rattle Tots have been mentioned a lot. Speed and depth seem to be way more important than colors, as we continue to hear every color combo under the sun

Trollers: 2.6  ~ 3mph seems like a good starting point and vary that until you find what works for you. Gravel Pit to the Turnaround Bouy, G and H Cans, 24~30  FOW the War Bouy, 16~18 FOW off Crane Creek, and Cone/Flatrock Reef areas. Flicker Minnows, Rattle Tots and Jets N Spoons. Green and Rattlesnake still holding fish and producing as well.

Drifters: Gravel pit and North, North of B Can, and towards the War Bouy. To the east it’s, G can and Vermillion from what we hear. Reports Early morning and late evening bites seem to be the best..

 

Perch:

A, B and D Cans all getting very good reports and getting more consistent. Reports from North of the Intake, Green and Rattlesnake have been good. Fish have been very nice size and limits are starting to come easier.

 

 

https://oh-web.s3licensing.com/Home          

Purchase Ohio Fishing license here

 

http://wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/fishingregulations           

Find Ohio Fishing regulations here

Hunting Reports:

 

Fishing  Reports:

 

Live Emeralds, Waxies, and Nightcrawlers in store…
We also have Frozen and our Viagra Emerald Shiners in the store as well......

 

GET YOUR LICENSES BEFORE YOU GET HERE TO SAVE YOURSELF THE GRIEF

https://oh-web.s3licensing.com/Home

 

Walleye:

 Fish seem to be scattered and there are schools of fish in many of the normal spots. Crawler rigs, True-Trips and Spoons have been leading the charge and Rattle Tots have been mentioned a lot. Speed and depth seem to be way more important than colors, as we continue to hear every color combo under the sun

Trollers: 2.6  ~ 3mph seems like a good starting point and vary that until you find what works for you. Gravel Pit to the Turnaround Bouy, G and H Cans, 24~30  FOW the War Bouy, 16~18 FOW off Crane Creek, and Cone/Flatrock Reef areas. Flicker Minnows, Rattle Tots and Jets N Spoons. Green and Rattlesnake still holding fish and producing as well.

Drifters: Gravel pit and North, North of B Can, and towards the War Bouy. To the east it’s, G can and Vermillion from what we hear. Reports Early morning and late evening bites seem to be the best..

 

Perch:

A, B and D Cans all getting very good reports and getting more consistent. Reports from North of the Intake, Green and Rattlesnake have been good. Fish have been very nice size and limits are starting to come easier.

 

 

https://oh-web.s3licensing.com/Home          

Purchase Ohio Fishing license here

 

http://wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/fishingregulations           

Find Ohio Fishing regulations here

Hunting Reports:

 

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