Senecaville Lake

Noble - Ohio

  • 62 catches


  • 15 spots

Seneca Lake contains excellent populations of largemouth bass, crappies, bluegills, bullheads, channel catfish, and saugeye.

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Senecaville Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. 5 lb. 7 oz. Largemouth Bass

    1. Wow
    2. Cool. I hate when the pic doesn’t truly show the fish’s size though
    3. Sean Ebra 0
      Thanks! It won big bass in the open tournament. One other fish was very close too! Picture really didn't do her justice!
    4. nice one
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  2. 7 lb. 5 oz. 21 in. Channel Catfish with a Cut bait shad

  3. What are those marks on the map (kind of a tower with the base and top black and red in the middle (see picture).
    Thank you

    1. Dorin Hogea 0
      How serious is this forum as I post a question with no answer and some guys with their stupid jokes about catching a tuna and a shark????
      Just asking
  4. Only one hook up Saturday

    33964 in. Blue Catfish with a blue gill

    1. Sean Ebra 0
      I was up last week. The water was pretty green from algae.
  5. Details: 500 lb. Yellow Fin Tuna with a Bay Rat Lures Fat Rat Shallow Divers

    runnin top water rat lure next to beech .bite damn near pulled me in. i read off of puter that they swim in packs. had 6 on the same bait. pulled her in and now ...more got 500 lbs of tuna for the youngins. hmu if yall want tuna fish sandwhiches.saw a hammerhead jump out. aint first time seen them out there

    1. Steve Mills 0
      your an idiot that was a warmouth
  6. Details: 1 lb. 12 oz. 16 in. Channel Catfish with a Nightcrawler

  7. Details: 69 lb. 3 oz. 35438 in. Scalloped Hammerhead Shark with a Berkley Gulp! Alive! Angle Worms

    recemend dont swim here. though she was a bluegill it didnt fight to hard but pulled the ole girl out the water and it was a 15 ft hammerhead shark! Just usin by ...more ole zebco 33. Nice fish.

    1. Barry Young 0
    2. Gfjsjs Bsuwjshd 0
      Do do believe in this because I was once nibbled by a biggin myself..... Seneca is no joke boyz
    3. Gfjsjs Bsuwjshd 0
      No because the marina side is half salt water
    4. Gfjsjs Bsuwjshd 0
      No because the marina side is half salt water
    5. Cody McKinney 0
      Hammer head dont live in fresh water bruh. Youre high as hail
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  8. Details: 69 lb. 3 oz. Channel Catfish with a Berkley Gulp! Mini Earthworms

    Messin round with the youngin an big ole channel kitty thought itd be funny to bit. Rolled her in turns out state record but dont got my fishin license so i didnt ...more call odnr

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