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Discussion in 'Southeast Ohio Fishing Reports' started by BIGCOUNTRY, May 14, 2008.
Trying To Figure Them Out. Any Suggestions?
catching saug-eyes in six to eight of water. at tappen, clenndening. at leesville we had to go 12 to 14 ft. keep it simple . twister tails 1/8 th. oz. jig head fished plain or with a little bit of crawler on it. or back off the bank and get in the rythem of a hopkins or a vib-ee . just stay with and at end of the day----fish for the pan!! if you like to crank throw a shad rap. I hear that them eyes like like gold shiners, I never tried them , but I like a little gold or yellow in my crank baits. -- so after all that --I have had days on the lake that I should have maybe gone golfing -- or stayed at home and cut the grass