Crab Creek

Mahoning - Ohio


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A section of the Crab Creek in Mahoning County, Ohio.

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  1. bites been slow this fall but pike aren't thankfully had full spool on med light rod..8lb sensation mono held up...took awhile getting it in..fun fight..

    13 lb. 35.0 in. Chain Pickerel

    1. Rick Carey 0
      thanks Carl that's what you do..so I thought I'd try it...worked out pretty well
    2. carl schulze 0
      someone went catching, not just fishin. nice fish rick
    3. Rick Carey 0
      thanks..my buddy I work with 2 of them said they are excellent taste better than crappie..white flaky meat...I don't know about that tho...lol
    4. Chad Jaco 0
      Never ate pike before, but I have heard the same thing about them that you have. I hope to try someday though. Great catch bro!!
    5. Rick Carey 0
      thanks buddy I didn't know Pike is good to eat..you ever had one? heard special way clean them because of y bones...I released it...I probally would have butchered ...more it up cleaning..lol
    6. Chad Jaco 0
      Hell yeah!! Nice one Rick!!
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  2. Grandaughter's biggest catch yet.

    2 lb. 18.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a Night Crawler

  3. 2 lb. 6 in. White Perch

    1. Alan Dace 0
      on Mahoning River and my youngest caught a White Perch

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