The lake is approximately two feet above winter pool and milky. Water temperatures are in the 40’s and fishing has been difficult because of ice. Bass are in about 10-20 feet of water. Crappie have been hitting minnows around fish attractors. Catfish have been caught on live bait. For more information call Corps of Engineers at 304-853-2398.
The lake is at summer pool and cloudy. Water temperatures are in the 40’s and fishing is good. Bass are in about 10 feet of water. Crappie and bluegill are hitting minnows around fish attractors. Anglers are reporting some nice channel catfish being caught over the last few weeks. A few trout have also been caught.
The lake is at winter pool and cloudy. Surface temperature is in the 40’s and fishing is fair. Bass are in about 10-20 feet of water. Reports of a few musky being caught this week trolling. Crappie and bluegill have been hitting live bait and jigs. For more information contact Corps of Engineers at 304-269-7463.
The lake is one foot above winter pool and milky. Water temperatures are in the 40’s and fishing is fair. Bass have been in 10-20 feet of water. Crappie have been hitting minnows around beaver huts and blown down trees. Boat launching at Bee run and behind the dam only. Trout were stocked in the tailwaters on October 22. For daily information call Corps of Engineers at 304-765-2705.
WEST-CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA
Now is the time to be thinking about combining fishing with your up coming deer hunting trip. The West-Central part of West Virginia offers a variety of opportunities for this combination. Musky streams are expected to be fishable this weekend and excellent musky populations can be found in the following waters: The Little Kanawha River, The Hughes River and its major Forks, Middle Island Creek, and Mill and Sandy Creeks in Jackson County. Fall musky anglers use large crank baits or jerk baits, and riffle areas are hot spots.
Anglers seeking bass after the hunt also have many choices of water to consider. Conaway Run Lake in Tyler County, North Bend, Tracy, and Pennsboro lakes in Ritchie County, Mountwood Lake in Wood County, Charles Fork Lake in Roane County, and Elk Fork, Woodrum, and O’Brien lakes in Jackson County all have excellent largemouth bass populations. Slowly fished bass lures are the baits of choice this time of the year.
Deer hunters along the Ohio River also have great opportunities for the combination. The fall is an excellent time to fish Ohio River Tail-waters. Anglers fishing below the Belleville and Willow Island dams are catching sauger, walleye, hybrid striped bass, and a few other species. Lead headed jigs with twister tails (white or chartreuses), which are fished along the bottom, are the lure of choice. Clever anglers are tipping their jig hooks with minnows or shad. Small suspending Rapala’s (silver with a blue back) also work quite well. Best spots to fish these areas include eddies and back-current sections, and anywhere that river flows are unusual.
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|08/28//08||@ Lock Haven University||Lock Haven, PA||W | 30-00|
|09/06/08||@ Liberty University||Lynchburg, VA||L | 44-27|
|09/13/08||@ Shepherd University||Shepherdstown, WV||W | 21-14|
|09/20/08||Seton Hill University||Glenville, WV||L | 34-29|
|09/25/08||Fairmont State University||Glenville, WV||W | 23-13|
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|10/11/08||@ West Liberty State College||West Liberty, WV||W | 42-39|
|10/18/08||@ Concord University||Athens, WV||W | 34-14|
|10/25/08||West Virginia State University||Glenville, WV||W | 50-28|
|11/01/08||@ WV Wesleyan College||Buckhannon, WV||W | 40-14|
|11/08/08||University of Charleston||Glenville, WV||W | 50-20|