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Discussion in 'Central Ohio Fishing Reports' started by fish4wall, Sep 28, 2004.

  1. i've heard that whitebass sometimes have a fall run...
    and if they do has anyone fished galena in the fall...
    i hit the run in the spring and all i can say is WOW!!!! :eek:
    in the past i've done real good below hoover for whitebass
    but this year its sucked.
    any info would be great
  2. Pharley

    Pharley Hook 'Em

    I've been at Gelena the past 4 years, and have never heard of a fall run there. I do not think they run in there thick, except for the srping spawn.

  3. as you can guess im in need for some whitebass :p :p
    but i have heard of some fish do a fall run.
    im going to hit hoovers spillway tonight :D :D
    i dont care if its a sucker or eye...i just needs to go fishing.
  4. Pharley

    Pharley Hook 'Em

    Yeah, It's been tough below the spillways, generally speaking, with the lack of rain the past month. I look forward to about another month or month and a half, night fishing the rocks by Alum's dam.....should give up some hawgs this year too.
  5. that would be nice....
    the last time i was below hoover i did ok...2 eyes one was 17in and the other was about 19in...
    but i had a buddy hit it a week or 2 ago and nutin.....not even a
    if your out tonight stop by and say hay...
  6. I have done really good on white bass at Deer Creek on the rocks by the dam, I'm talking on the lake side of the dam. You can park at the spillway and walk over the dam to the lake and fish all along the rocks. You may even hook up with a wiper in there, the state record came from Deer Creek just a few years ago.
  7. twistertail thanks for the info..i might check that out...
    what time of day do you hit it early am or at night?