O.H. Ivie Fishing Report

Last Update: February 19, 2024

O.H. Ivie Fishing Weekly Report On Mar 13 2024

GOOD. Water stained; 60 degrees; 31.22 feet below pool. Bass are good in 2-5 feet of water on spinnerbaits and chatterbaits. Females are close to spawning. White bass are moving up the rivers hitting rattletraps, and squarebill crankbaits. Crappie are scattered but starting to move shallow biting crappie minnows or jigs. Catfish are moving shallow…

O.H. Ivie Fishing Weekly Report On Mar 6 2024

FAIR. Water stained; 60 degrees; 30.98 feet below pool. Bass are good in 2-5 feet of water on spinnerbaits and chatterbaits. Females are close to spawning. White bass are moving up the rivers hitting rattletraps, and squarebill crankbaits. Crappie are scattered but starting to move shallow biting crappie minnows or jigs. Catfish are moving shallow…

O.H. Ivie Fishing Weekly Report On Feb 28 2024

FAIR. Water stained; 58 degrees; 30.77 feet below pool. The lake is in good shape with bass pushing shallow for the prespawn becoming aggressive on chatterbait, creature baits, plastics baits 1-12 feet of water. Look for bass to spawn with the next full moon. White bass chasing rattletraps and spinnerbaits schooling up the rivers. Should…

O.H. Ivie Fishing Weekly Report On Feb 7 2024

FAIR. Water stained; 51 degrees; 30.60 feet below pool. White bass are slow. Crappie, fair live bait or jigs. Largemouth are slow. As the lake level drops, be cautious of the trees

O.H. Ivie Fishing Weekly Report On Jan 24 2024

FAIR. Water stained; 45 degrees; 30.58 feet below pool. White bass are slow. Crappie are fair using live bait or jigs. Largemouth bass are slow. As the lake level drops, be cautious of the trees

O.H. Ivie Fishing Weekly Report On Jan 17 2024

FAIR. Water stained; 45 degrees. Expect the crappie, channel catfish and white bass to drop to deeper water after the cold front. Start at 30 feet deep and move deeper in the river channels. Crappie and white bass are good on the main lake chasing balls of shad in the deep water using small slab…