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I wont bother hauling the boat to Acton unless it dosent rain Sat, You might try Cambell Road reserve in Harrison Ohio, I fished there for a couple hrs yesterday and it looks ok, seeing the lakes there are old gravel pits it stays clear for the most part, I actually hooked a small N.Pike when dragging my drop shot rig, fiesty little guy he was! looked like Wilmington got hammered with rain yesterday so Id shy away from Cowan too! jmo
 

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monday i drove to the maumee river where i caught that walleye check my post
print the pic out it's sideways
 

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I wont bother hauling the boat to Acton unless it dosent rain Sat, You might try Cambell Road reserve in Harrison Ohio, I fished there for a couple hrs yesterday and it looks ok, seeing the lakes there are old gravel pits it stays clear for the most part, I actually hooked a small N.Pike when dragging my drop shot rig, fiesty little guy he was! looked like Wilmington got hammered with rain yesterday so Id shy away from Cowan too! jmo
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You caught a pike at Campbells? I thought they were all gone...
 

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Gone? they stock them there, I had seen a med sized Pike cruseing the bank last Fall, they are in there
 

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Crappiedude, I stand corrected, ended up hauling the boat to Acton today (Sunday) and the water was surprising for the rain we have had, a little murkey but not chocolate milk. Draggin a dropshot rig proved best today, a nice 14.5" Crappie and a 18" Channel cat, then the sunshine broke out and it got harder to find sizable fish, many 7"-8" Crappie and small to med sized Bluegills in the afternoon, ended up fishing a minnow under a bobber along the West shore in brush, and using a black and silver jig. Draggin the dropshot only produced small bites late in the day. Oh well I was happy to get out on the lake again.
 
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