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Since the forcast called for rain fished the downtown area of Cincinnati
instead of heading for the Meldahl Dam.
That worked out just fine for me. Got my 1st. rod in the water at
07:40. At 07:43 my clicker
started to sound off. A small flathead went for my cut skipjack.
He was only 3.2 pounds and
20 inches. Baited back up and cast it out while getting set to
take a photo of the fish. I
looked up and that rod was bouncing in the rod holder. This fish
was much bigger. I luck out
for I got the bluecat in my dip net just as the hook came out. I
baited up and cast it back
out. Just as I was done measuring this 29 inch 10.7 pound blue
,the rod went down again!.
This time another flathead was boated. I just put the rod away so
I could clear up these two
fish in the bottom of my boat. This flathead came in at 6.2
pounds and 25 inches long. I
finally was able to get the photos of them. That is the first
time I have ever caught more
than one flahthead a day. He hit at 08:05 and that wass the ened
of the action. I sat in the
light rain from 9:50 and checked out a totoal 6 spots before I
called it a day at noon time.
Skipjack was the bait they all hit, I tried shad and tunna blood
vein but no bites on them
at all. The river is going to jump up to around 35 ft by
Wednesday,hopefully it will get
back in shape after Labor day. Tight lines to all!
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Have been catfishing around the Downtown Cincinnati area of the Ohio River for over 40 years. Gone catfishing at Lockport Manitoba 5 times over the past 10 years. It is the greastest place to catch lots of huge CHANNEL catsfish in North America!!
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