Ohio Department of Natural Resources says Musky Fishing is GREAT because of Stocking Efforts!
OHIO MUSKIE FISHING FLOURISHES THANKS TO STOCKING EFFORTS
**This article was published on September 30, 2021 and is available HERE!**
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The muskellunge, or musky, is a popular game fish that can grow to immense sizes in Ohio’s inland lakes, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. Muskies are native to Ohio and top aquatic predators and the fisheries are maintained through fish hatchery efforts.
Cast or troll large plugs, spoons, and spinner baits around submerged structure for the best results when fishing for a musky in Ohio.
The Division of Wildlife annually stocks muskies in nine Ohio lakes and reservoirs. They are about 8-12 inches long when they are stocked.
The rest of the article includes stocked lakes and waterways maintained by the Ohio DNR. Click HERE!
Highlights from Ohio’s muskellunge stocking program are available HERE.
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