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Walleye fishing report for Muskingum Watershed Lakes of Ohio

Updated: 03/22/02
Fishing Report for the Muskingum Watershed Lakes of Ohio

Furnished by Cripple Creek Bait & Tackle
Dennison, Ohio Jim Corey by phone at 740-922-0841 or by e-mail tappanlakebaitshop@earthlink.net 
April Fishing Report
Furnished by Cripple Creek Bait & Tackle
Dennison, Ohio

Tappan Lake: The lake levels are coming up and it is safe to launch at any of the ramps on the lake. Crappie anglers are doing well with numbers of smaller fish coming under slip bobbers from 2 to 5 feet deep. Bigger Crappies are being caught near the bottom on the same pieces of structure. The stretch along Willis Run Road (the first bay on the West end of the lake) has been the best producer so far. Largemouth Bass are being caught on small crankbaits and spinnerbaits in the shallow backs of the bays. The Shad are moving up into the shallow warmer water and drawing the Bass in the daytime. There haven't been any reports of Saugeye showing up yet but it is the right time. Anglers using medium to large Suckers and Chubs will begin to pick up Saugeyes on the Waders Bank (Walleye Bay), and those casting small cranks, jerkbaits, and jigs will begin to get fish across the dam face, the Church Rocks, Pear Tree, Shale Bank, and other shallow structure with good wxposure to the wind.

Atwood Lake: Both the Crappie and Saugeye fishermen are starting to pick up fish here. The Saugeyes are still in deeper water. Most reports tell of some decent fish coming on jig/minnow combos in 20 to 22 feet of water. The Crappies are still suspending off the deeper points and breaks although a few good ones are starting to show up around the docks and off the railroad bed.

Clendenning Lake: The Crappie action is fair around the pilings of the bridge into Brushy Fork and the old foundation across from the Marina. Saugeye anglers are working the deep water and shorelines down by the dam with fair results.

Piedmont Lake: As usual, Piedmont has been far ahead of the other local lakes for anglers so far this Spring. Muskie fishermen are casting and trolling with some fish coming on big bucktails and big jerkbaits over shallow flats. Saugeye anglers are taking very nice fish from the roadbed near the dam and from the entrance to Essex Bay. Small baits have been the ticket so far with the 3/16 ounce Vib-"E" producing the best catches, followed by jig/minnow and jig/plastic combos. Most fish are coming from the 16 to 22 foot depths. Very soon these fish should start to move uplake and will be caught on the shallow banks up past thr Reynolds Road area. For another week or so it will be necessary to use a 4-WD vehicle to launch. The water level is still not up to the ramp at the Marina.

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