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Discussion in 'Central Ohio Fishing Reports' started by carp, Feb 6, 2018.
Location Indian. Ice Conditions this past weekend 2.5 - 7" depending where you were fishing. I was on 4-5," 90% of the weekend. depth 3- 5' on all species. crappies/bluegills on tungsten,ice jigs, tipped with spike. Saugeye on Orange Snakie Rattlers the bigger size. Some on gold and orange pimple. Snakie did better. 1 crappie on a Vibe. Water clarity- stained to clean. i saw 3 guys on NF yesterday but did not test it! I'd say some of NF is good ice, other parts would be thin because some of it was open 3 days ago. If your not a LOCAL, I would not venture on the NF side of long Island!
Thanks for the solid info carp
fished northfork Monday on 5", should be real solid now.
Can anyone give me a snow up-date for the indian lake area? Inly a dusting was forecasted a couple days ago,but i assume they got more....
Thanks again guys....
I live just a little north of Indian and we got between 2 and 3 inches.
Sounds good,i appreciate that!
Just drove by. Open water in front of Bass Pro
Carp were you there Saturday or Sunday? I fished Sunday from 12:30-4:00.
I had similar results except for the crappie
These pics made me miss the past fishing days even more, but i just can't stand the cold to go ice fishing.
fished last night, 5" maybe 6, slow till 4:30...5, about a 45 minute window fish were hitting. Sorry no pics I'm still a dinasoar
I fished it last night and caught a couple! 5 - 6". You catch any?
Ice shanty! 70 degrees inside!
Both Sat. and Sun! But I move a lot. I fished several different places on the lake!
Heading to indian Saturday morning. Haven't fished indian in years since buckeye lake is so close to me. Thinking of just wondering back in the game reserve. Just seeing what your guys take on this.
caught a couple, lost a monster at the hole, one of the biggest I have seen in a while, had one come shooting up into my shanty, lure popped out and the fish did one big flop and landed head first in the hole. Indian is so shallow when you set the hook the fish is at the hole immediately, catches me off guard sometimes. I'm planning on fishing after work today.