Ohio River 391-438

Brown - Ohio


  • 2 catches

  • 84 followers

  • 1 spots

Ohio River from Concord to Chilo

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Ohio River 391-438 Fishing Reports

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  1. cold water deepwater blues on the ohio river

    10 lb. 26.0 in. blue catfish with a Gizzard shad

  2. Fishing in deeper channels with cover, it weighted in at 39.9 pounds

    Flathead Catfish with a skip jack

    1. Tim Miller 0
      I bet that was a fight looks fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    2. Tim Miller 0
      good catch!!!!!!!!!
    3. Dawson Thompson 0
      Thanks guys!
    4. Adam Sargent 0
      Nice!
    5. Aubrey Osborne 0
      Awesome catfish!!!!
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