1. 1 lb. 9 oz. 14 in. Black Crappie with a live bait

  2. 1 lbs 1 oz, 14 Inch Yellow Perch. This was very much an unexpected catch as this body of water usually only has perch 4 to 5 inches.

  3. Catching something is better than nothing

    8 oz. 8 in. White Perch with a yellow beetle spin

  4. 1 lb. 1 oz. 11 in. Redear Sunfish with a red worm

    1. Austin Short 0
    2. Patrick Donovan 0
      That was the second big one of the day. The other was 10 inches, 13 ounces.
    3. Austin Short 0
      thats a big redear
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  5. Smaller fish 2.8 lbs

    3 lb. 2 oz. 17 in. Rainbow Trout with a Pink Gulp Trout Dough

  6. Missed an NCARP certificate by an inch. Sort of a metaphor for my life.

    13 oz. 10 in. Redear Sunfish

  7. What’s this little guy?


    1. Peter Powichrowski 0
    2. Peter Powichrowski 0
      It's a perch
    3. Dennis Stutzenburg 0
      White Bass, definitely not a Small Mouth Bass.
    4. Patrick Donovan 0
      Could it be a hybrid, maybe?
    5. Robert Coleman 0
      Smallies are green/brown, that's not a Smallie.
    6. Doug Vititoe 0
      No it's a small mouth
    7. Robert Coleman 0
      Looks like a white bass/striper to me.
    8. Doug Vititoe 0
      small mouth
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  8. Not sure but is this a perch? Not caught anything that looked like it before at OHL.

    1 oz. 4 in. Yellow Perch? with a Red worm

    1. Patrick Donovan 0
      That's surprising, I didn't think they were in or could handle oak hollow lake.
    2. Larry Smith 0
      Yep. Yellow peach.
      I was there today too. Caught one bass 2.6lb no pics. Forgot to get a pic. Seemed like a slow day.
    3. John c 0
      miss catchin them
    4. John c 0
      yellow no doubt
    5. Robert Coleman 0
      Yep, looks like a yellow perch to me!
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  • Species Most anything that swims
  • Lure Most anything that most anything that swims will eat.