**** NEWS FLASH ****
- WE DO NOT HAVE LIVE EMERALDS
- DO NOT KNOW OF ANYONE IN OHIO THAT DOES HAVE LIVE EMERALDS
- MOST HAVE BEEN PULLING GOOD LIMITS WITH GOLDIES
- WASTE ALL DAY LOOKING FOR EMERALDS AND PROBABLY STAY HOME
- GET OVER IT & CATCH A LIMIT OF NICE PERCH ON GOLDIES OR REDWORMS
LIVE GOLDIES IN THE STORE
Waxies, and Nightcrawlers in store…
We DO have Frozen and our Viagra Emerald Shiners in the store as well......
GET YOUR LICENSES BEFORE YOU GET HERE TO SAVE YOURSELF THE GRIEF
Fishing remains Good with little changes in patterns. Crawler rigs, True-Trips and Spoons, Rattle Tots and Flicker Minnows continue leading the charge. Bandits are pulling fish as well. Speed and depth continue to be more important than colors, as we continue to hear every color combo under the sun. It’s just continues to be a great year to fish and all signs point to that trend to continue.
Trollers: 2.5 ~ 2.8mph is a good starting point and vary that until you find what works for you. Best rep[orts lately have bee A to B Can Line, War Bouy, and Right out front in , 12~16 FOW, all the way across from G Can past K and Locust down past Crane Creek. Picket Fence, G and H Cans areas still getting some reports.
Drifters: G can, Picket fence, and right out in front of the Moose..
Fishing remains great.
1.5~2mile east of the Intake, A, B and D Cans and .75~1 mile NNW of the Island are all getting very good reports. Sounds like it has picked back up again after a slight few days of slower action, and fish have been large. Reports from the Gravel Pit as well. To the East, Green and Rattlesnake have been good but that sounds like it has slowed some lately. Fish have been very nice size.
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WONT BE LONG NOW…..
Early Season Teal, Goose and Dove all come in Sept 1st .
Squirrel also comes in Sept 1st .
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