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Discussion in 'LOCAL OHIO TALK' started by ohio catfisherman, Mar 18, 2007.
if you can help me by namming some of ohios finest catfish lakes and rivers
I like the Great Miami River for Flatheads.
i like the muskingum river for flats and channels and sometimes fish the licking river also...goodluck
Piedmont, Tappan and Clendening.
try the ohio river... the great miami is also a good place like beetle said
licking river, muskingum, ohio, Great miami, buckeye lakes always fun. I usually fish the licking or muskingum.
I like the ohio or muskingum for the big ones
I must say if you're after a lot of channels Dillon Lake is the hotspot for em!
good point ramrod, i live 20 minutes from it and don't fish it enough..gonna spend alot more time there this year.
The Scioto is a great river for flatheads and channels.
My fav catfish lakes are as followed clendening in harrison co. piedmont in harrison & gurensey co. and tappan think thats in tuscrawas co. You can expect to catch flatties in excess of 40 plus pounds if ya know where to go
do you live far from piedmont,tappan or clendening? theres a tournment may 19 at cripple creek and was wondering if you were gonna be in it?
For Flaties, Salt Fork is hard to beat for Resevors. River's - I like the Muskingum.
the ohio and great miami rivers, i fish ALOT OF PAY LAKES and depending on where your at in oh there should be atleast one good one near you.around here cincinnati/cleves i usually fish lake julian and folz lake always sure to please
I like the Ohio River and also the Scioto river just depends on where you are close to. Good luck Chris
I live in Cadiz. I am near all of these lakes, but Tappan is the closest. Don't take this the wrong way, because I am not trying to be a smart a**. Tappan is in Harrison county. People tend to believe that it is in Tuscarawas county, because it is so close to the border. I don't know if I will be able to make it to the catfish tournament or not. I have Tues. and Wed. off and have a heck of a time getting off on a Saturday. I would suggest that anyone that has a chance to fish one of the Cripple Creek tournaments do so. The fishing is great and the money payout ain't bad either :wink: . They have side bets on largest flathead and odd fish (e.g. carp, bass or whatever). Good fishing.
i agree with what everyone has said so far, on the list of lakes.
i also like saltfork , and clendening as the top two choices.