Rocky Fork

Highland - Ohio


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  • 171 followers

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A section of the Rocky Fork in Highland County, Ohio.

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Rocky Fork Fishing Reports

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  1. caught this beast on the edge of the grass line

    4 lb. 6 oz. 18 in. Largemouth Bass with a worm

  2. muddy

    17 lb. 3 oz. 38 in. Blue Catfish with a shad

  3. little muddy

    4 lb. 2 oz. Channel Catfish with a cut shad

  4. Stream

    4 lb. 29 in. Channel Catfish with a shad

    1. Jimbo Harwood 0
      nice cat
  5. muddy

    4 lb. 10 oz. 55 in. Channel Catfish with a cut shad

  6. muddy water

    35 in. Common Carp with a worms

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