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Discussion in 'OHIO LAKES / RESERVOIRS' started by MRFLATHEAD, Dec 28, 2006.
anyone put me in a good spot to catch some nice channel cats . dieing to get out im off till jan 2nd
you boat fishing or bank fishing
im a bank fisherman right now
Ive only fished Dillon 1 time so Im not much help but from what i know, bankfishing at Dillon can be tough since so much of the lake doesnt have any access to it from the shore. Might try the bluff area just to the Left of the Beach area, I know there is some deep water there, just dont know how to get to it. Perhaps parking by the beach and heading "left" on some trails a ways.
Stick with Tony, Jim he knows more about that lake than the guys that built it! :cool2:
never fished there but i don't think that i would fish in this cold weather anyway. but good luck
PM sent Jim check your PM's
You found the person to ask Jim, Tony is the ace on Dillon channels. Did you get out, catch any?
Tony, with this pleasant wheather are they acting different this year?
After the Ohio State- Fla game my off days will be free. I'd be up for some channel action if you want to show me how its done. Your boat or mine. Especially if its over 50 degrees lol.
any you guys want to go let me know few days ahead ill go
Tony, have you been out in Jan.? If so where can the Channels be found this time of year?
I also need to pick your brain about spring flatheads. Do they go after the spawning Crappies or do they head for the Dam in April and May? I haven't had any luck finding them in the spring, and I've been both places. Shallow, (crappie) and deep, (dam).
well....i haven't had no luck in the river and i dont know a thing about dillon but im always willing to try my luck no matter the weather if you do any good there let me know im not far from there i might get up there over the weekend and try to get some shad i could bring a pole and try
Havnt had a chance to get out yet this month,I would be fishing the point to the left from the 146 ramp and in the dam area right now ,it is always good in the winter