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Ok my buddies and I fish out of killbuck creek in ohio it has bow fin, pike, chanel cat, perch, and who knows what else....but a

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  • Ok my buddies and I fish out of killbuck creek in ohio it has bow fin, pike, chanel cat, perch, and who knows what else....but a

    Ok my buddies and I fish out of killbuck creek in ohio it has bow fin, pike, chanel cat, perch, and who knows what else....but anyway all we normally catch is bowfin we want to catch more pike and i am looking for any tips...we normally just put a splitter on our line with one split going to a led weight and the other going to a hook we usually use store bought shrimp or bait fish like shiners and chubbs...i would be thankfull for any tips

  • #2
    is killbuck creak up near coshocton?

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    • #3
      Well if you are just leaving a minnow drift in the current you will have more hookups with bow fin. aybe try some casting with a spoon on the edges.

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      • #4
        if your looking for pike throw spoons,spinners, or rattlin raps that match the local baitfish to weed edges and to deep pools. in the summer when the water warms look for the deeper spots or where cold water creeks or springs run in.
        good luck

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        • #5
          p.s.
          white double tail jigs work great aswell.

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          • #6
            Agree w/creswell. Also try some vibrant color spinners, reds, oranges, bright greens... Pike seem to be attracted to those.

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            • #7
              O.K. Buy the biggest daredevil you can find, I think the biggest they make is 6 inches. Cast or troll with it. The only thing that will hit it will be large pike.

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              • #8
                yea it runs by coshocton but i fish in wayne county up by shreve swamps

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                • #9
                  thanks for the tips guys

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                  • #10
                    I have had very good luck with real frogs about hook size

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