WINTER HONEY HOLES

Discussion in 'OHIO RIVERS TALK' started by misterwhisker, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. misterwhisker

    misterwhisker New Member

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  2. misterwhisker

    misterwhisker New Member

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    any way i started to say, before my son fell off the trapolin and had to take him to the hospital, hes ok by the way. where is your favorite place to fish in the winter time?
     

  3. Mickey

    Mickey New Member Supporting Member

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    Paul Welcome to the BOC, from So. Illinois.:0a23::0a25::0a25:
     
  4. Catmanblues

    Catmanblues New Member

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    Well a easy question to answer without details. Have a couple or so in a lake. A few on the river ect ya get the idea tho lol.
     
  5. ryang

    ryang Well-Known Member

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    Glad he is OK welcome to the BOC, and you dont want my spots LOL cause they suck LOL
     
  6. catoon

    catoon Board Clown!

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    my best place is behind the rock jettie in the deep holes
     
  7. tbull

    tbull New Member

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    Welcome to the BOC, the Ohio River is hands down my honey hole in the winter....:wink:....Glad your son is ok.
     
  8. jason berry

    jason berry New Member

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    Welcome and I usually go deep around structure.
     
  9. tbull

    tbull New Member

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    Deep is usually the key in the winter especially when the water gets into the 40's. Since bluecats are usually the target it becomes alot easier to locate fish during the colder months, simply because they are schooled up in deeper pools, and it doesn't take long to find out if you are on active fish or not. Blues usually let you know in about 10 minutes. I look for the current breaks (structure) alot in the winter also, the Ohio River in this area seems to be raging during the winter time, even the hawgs need a break from the current, and that is where they can usually be found.
     
  10. bluejay

    bluejay Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the BOC Paul.
     
  11. One Legged Josh

    One Legged Josh New Member

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    Welcome to the BOC.
     
  12. Flootie16

    Flootie16 New Member

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    welcome to the BOC. And i fish deep around structure and when the water is high, current breaks
     
  13. Garrett Cope

    Garrett Cope New Member

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    Welcome to catfishing lovers heaven....aka/ The B.O.C.!