Geno’s Fishing Report: Crappie at Lake North
It’s Lake North time with crappie as the headliner. Limits of the colorful fish being caught from boats or shore make no difference.
Jon Hitz cranked in one that weighed 2 pounds, 4 ounces, which puts that fish in the master angler category. It takes a weight of 2 pounds for a master angler.
Walleyes are just starting on Lake North, and there are plenty of these delicious fillets in the late, The canal below Monroe to the Columbus powerhouse is producing a good number of channel cats. Sonny’s dip bait is one of the best baits.
Joe Bordy fishing on a residential lake landed a whopper of a wiper as this reel breaker weighed 12 pounds and is also in the master angler class.
Joe was using a crank bait that dives 11 feet.
Other larger reservoirs producing good fish are Harlan, Calamus, Davis Creek and Sherman. Get out and enjoy.
Dan Kneifel is a freelance writer for The Columbus Telegram. Read his “Geno’s Fishing Report” each week.