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FLATs in sciotot near Circleville

Discussion in 'Central Ohio Fishing Reports' started by saugeyeslayer, Jul 23, 2004.

  1. saugeyeslayer

    saugeyeslayer The tug is the drug

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    Any one gettin flatties or any cats for that matter on the SCIoto greenlawn has produced a few small ones...WHERE THEY AT?
    what to use gills? chubs? suckers? Crays? im confused
     
  2. flathunter

    flathunter Mellons mentor

    I have fished the scioto alot this year for flats, and my total catch is 0 fish.
     

  3. jeffmo

    jeffmo officially unofficial!!!!

    i don't fish the scioto very much these days but if i were gonna go for cats near circleville i'd have to fish where darby empties into the scioto. :D
     
  4. my cousin said he cought two near c town last weekend in the sciota one was about 15 pounds and the other was 5.he was using live warmouths.
     
  5. saugeyeslayer

    saugeyeslayer The tug is the drug

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    dont you mean rockbass i thought warmouths were a southern species! lol
    mabye they were mabye they werent ...at least he caught 2 more shovels than me LOL :p
     
  6. acklac7

    acklac7 S.S.

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    however if you dont release them they will become extinct (from the scioto...north of greenlawn) Got one a couple months ago.....wont give the exact location but it was from the oshay to greenlawn strech...had to spend 3 weeks researching how to find them before I finnaly caught one...high water is one of the easiest times to get them, right now is a perfect time, but the water is low..so they can be anywhere.... here is a good site for catfish info....have fun and PLEASE catch and release ALL flatheads! http:// brotherhood-of-catfishermen.com/catfish/messages/66/132.html
     

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  7. FINMAN

    FINMAN Old Junior Member

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    thanks for the new forum site Ack. I read just enough posts to add it to my favorites. Nice fish, by the way.

    -Dave