Good day on Griggs -- and a Question

Discussion in 'Central Ohio Fishing Reports' started by DrChip, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. I had a good afternoon on Griggs today. For once, I was able to get into some LM of some size, including the 18"er below. Water temps in the mid- to high-70s, good current (especially up north), good water color. Bites were coming off finesse worms on shakey heads in shallow water (2 feet).



    I noticed a really strange water color coming out of one of the feeder creeks north of Hayden Run bridge. It doesn't show real well in the photo below, but it was kind of day-glo green water -- something like the color of algae on ponds in the summer (but it was just water). Anybody have any clue what makes it look like this? I didn't see this water color coming from any other creeks, and haven't seen it this color coming out of this creek before.

  2. flounder

    flounder 2 min 30 sec from Hoover

    I've seen that before in other water after a rain. Looks like an alge bloom.

  3. I'd say algae bloom as well.
  4. I'm not sure, but I think it's just the liquid money that is overflowing out of the Dublin area.