Category Archives: East Fork Lake

Breaking through the ice for East Fork Lake – Crappie

Sunday was COLD! The coves were ice covered. In some places the ice was an inch thick. Chad Roehm and Rodney Powers still made it happen. They broke through the ice with Rodney’s aluminum boat. They brought home a limit of Crappie … Continue reading

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Crappie Bonanza – East Fork Lake – double limit – 2015

Sunday is not a day of rest for these Crappie fishermen. Rodney Powers and Chad Roehm (crappie masters) both working hard in their fish cleaning stations – after 4 hours of hard work. They caught 200-300 crappie in high winds … Continue reading

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Double header – East Fork Crappie and Clermont County venison

Came home from work yesterday and had to dress out a small doe – about 130 lbs. Chelsea’s (my granddaughter) boyfriend Casey Smith made the kill Sunday. We hung it Sunday evening and dressed it out Monday. Fresh Deer meat … Continue reading

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Slab Creek – East Fork Lake – Chad and Dad

We love life and Mother Nature

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October – late evening Crappie bonanza

Chad and Dad went out last night and got into a Crappie bonanza. Went to (3) spots and fished around 12 feet deep. Caught a few. Returned to a lay down tree and moved closer to the shoreline and hit … Continue reading

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Short evening (of quality time) on East Fork

Chad and Dad went out yesterday evening and caught a several Crappie while enjoying life. Only had a few keepers. We caught one Spotted Bass and one Hybrid Striper. I had a 30-35″ musky follow a lure to the boat. … Continue reading

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Fall Bassin at East Fork

Summer weather changing. Air cooling down as we inch into Fall , slowly. Bass begin changing their pattern. The pattern? Gorging themselves with food (shad and crawdads) for the Winter. Happens every year. Be expecting some reports. Boat coming out of … Continue reading

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