I fish on alum creek very often and have caught crappie, bluegills, bass, catfish, saugeye, and even a 49 inch muskie! My question is, however, can some of you guys tell me your spots for shore fishing that work well? Thanks
I hear if you turn left at the big oak, crawl through the multiflora rose thicket, take another left at the walnut tree, fight through the osage stand, take another left at the honey locust, walk the same distance you crawled through the rose thicket that there is good fishing there.
To reach my best spot, I park on Polaris Parkway and walk upstream 2.47 miles per my GPS. There is a big snag that I crawl through right before the my spot, just watch out for the skunk that lives in the snag. I normally use Smithwick 8inch suspended Rouge in clown color or a ReactionInnovation Sweet Beaver Double Wide in white trash on 4 pound line.