Tag: Fishing Reports

I see light at the end of this dark winter tunnel! Miami Whitewater Forest lake is about half clear of ice this morning. With back to back 65 degree sunny days, we should be rid of all ice by Wednesday. This bodes well for our opening day this Saturday, March 15, 2014! When you consider […]

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The Trout are Coming

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Dust off the cabin fever and dig the fishing gear out of storage. Fishing season is finally here! The Hamilton County Park District is stocking 750 pounds of beautiful rainbow trout at Lake Isabella Friday, March 1. The boathouse at Lake Isabella is supplied to the gills with all of the live bait and trout […]

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Dogwood Trees and Crappie? The golden rule of most crappie fisherman is “when the dogwood trees are blooming, the crappies are biting”. The sighting of blooming dogwoods means the crappies are on beds. If you look outside, you can see the sight of dogwood flowers, and if you come to Miami Whitewater Forest Lake, you […]

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Fishing Report: March 13

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A Deal Fishermen Can’t Pass Up If you’re passionate about fishing at the Hamilton County Park District lakes, we have the perfect solution for you! For the third year in a row we are offering an Annual Rowboat Pass. This pass gives you unlimited rowboat access to Sharon Woods, Winton Woods and Miami Whitewater Forest […]

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The Water is Warming!

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It is amazing what a few days of warm water can do for fishing success. By Sunday afternoon, Miami Whitewater Forest had a surface temperature of 50 degrees, and it seemed to agree with the fish. DJ Huegel and Frank Yates continued their domination of the Panfish Cup Series by winning with 23.14 lbs of […]

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The trout were stocked at Lake Isabella on March 1 and a nice crowd of fisherman quickly found the right bait to catch them on. Snow flurries were flying that Friday afternoon, but the fish didn’t seem to mind. Anglers caught them on live minnows and Little Cleo spoons. Another 400 pounds of rainbow trout […]

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