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Inland Zebra waters?

Discussion in 'Northeast Ohio Fishing Reports' started by PAYARA, May 8, 2004.

  1. PAYARA

    PAYARA THE ONE YOU LOVE TO HATE

    all,

    Iam trying to get a list going of all the lakes in
    the NE that have a strong population of Zerba
    Mussles.i so far have come up with these lakes
    myself but iam not quite sure if they all have mussles
    present.the unsure ones have a ?.

    West Branch
    Berlin ?
    Milton ?
    Portage Lakes
    Atwood?
    East Branch ?
    Sippo ?
    Summit ?
    Misquito ?
    Paymatunning ?
    Leesville ?
    Mogadore ?
    Springfield (i believe they are present)
    Guilford ?

    if anyone can confirm any of the lakes listed
    as having a zebra population,or if iam missing a
    lake that has a serious zebra problem please
    post it.i would like to get a good list going
    as to what lake has what.thanks.
     
  2. JV1

    JV1

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    Berlin lake has zebras, and with the rocky structure they will probably thrive, im sorry i do not know about the other lakes , here is some basic zebra info and photos > http://ohfishing.com
     
    Last edited: Apr 4, 2009

  3. johnboy111711

    johnboy111711 SOLID MEAT

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    Mogadore-negative
    milton-a few, but not many yet
    i beleive mosquito has a few, but not many.
     
  4. Anything that connects to the O & E canal is more than a safe bet.
    I was just along the canal just east of Nesmith a month ago and saw tons of zebras. It's basically a highway for exotic/invasive species. Although I did find a few native mussels (Paper Pondshells) which is always nice to see.
     
  5. Flipp

    Flipp Bass Chaser

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    Berlin is getting worse every year. Portage has them for sure, Milton has a few. I let you know about atwood and leesvile I will be getting down there soon.
     
  6. A definate yes to West Branch.My buddy and I dredged up some a couple weeks ago.
     
  7. Hinckley has some, too. They haven't helped the water clarity any though, its still just as muddy as ever. :rolleyes:
    LaDo