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Salt Fork 11-15

Discussion in 'Southeast Ohio Fishing Reports' started by BrianSipe17, Nov 16, 2008.

  1. BrianSipe17

    BrianSipe17 Brilliant!

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    We tried the bite in the rain on Saturday... searching for crappie. Well, before we launched I hooked myself with a Vib-e, then when my motor started, I only had one cylinder. Not a good start!

    We never found a consistent bite. We picked up a few here and there, about 25 keepers total. Boy was is cold on the way back in, with the 20-30 mph winds and water splashing in our faces. That was the choppiest I have seen salt Fork.
     
  2. When that wind blows up over that dam, it can get nasty trying to get back to the Morning Glory Ramp. I may try it tommorrow if the wind is not blowing too bad. Good you got some fish.
     

  3. BrianSipe17

    BrianSipe17 Brilliant!

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    When we were fishing one of the bays close to Morning Glory, I was trying to swing the boat around with just my electric motor... HA, that was a joke. It wouldn't even budge with that wind.