Findlay resevoirs

Discussion in 'OHIO LAKES / RESERVOIRS' started by Curly, May 16, 2006.

  1. Curly

    Curly New Member

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    Do any of you know about the findlay resevoirs for channel catfish? The ohio division of wildlife says it annually produces good numbers of 15 to 20 pound channel catfish. I fished there tonight for about 3 hours and came home cold and wet with no fish, but i will be back tommorrow. If anyone knows anything let me know,...thanx.
     
  2. tocold4u2

    tocold4u2 New Member

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    i use to fish the ones in lima , it seemed like 6-8" chubs worked the best there , i use to float the baloons across , or fish on bottom!
    i woud say a slip float would work , around 10' and let the wind drift it around for you:big_smile: my largest outta lima was around 20# there were lots of 3-10 pounders
    hope this helps
     

  3. Curly

    Curly New Member

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    Which resevoirs in lima? Metzgers.......lima lake?.....I forget all of them. i grew up in lima. Aparently, findlay resiovoir is the largest upground resevoir in ohio!!!!.....That means something!...gotta be big cats in there!!!!Sorry...i'm just gung ho....about catchin some big cats!!!!
     
  4. Hookman

    Hookman New Member

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    the north pond in wellington has a 27.5 lb record blue....hookman....