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Offline jonnythehunter1

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trout catching time!!!
« on: October 09, 2009, 07:21:55 AM »
this fall. anyone who lives in ohio shall listen on: Tawawa Lake Shelby 10/7
Crossroads Pond Crawford 10/8
Foundation Lake  Knox 10/8
Lamberjack (Fostoria #3) Hancock 10/8
Lima Lake Allen 10/8
Swanton Reservoir Lucas 10/8
Blue Limestone Park Delaware 10/8
Norwalk Reservoir #1 Huron 10/9
Blue Rock State Park Muskingum 10/9
Ohio-Erie Canal Cuyahoga 10/10
Rush Run Lake Preble 10/14
Eyman Park Fayette 10/15
Heritage Park Pond Franklin 10/15
Lake Alma State Park Vinton 10/15
Rose Lake Hocking 10/15 
Granger Pond Lake 10/15 
Painesville Recreational Park Lake 10/15 
Grand Lake St. Marys Auglaize 10/16 
Petros Lake Stark 10/16 
Scioto Trail Park (Caldwell) Ross 10/16 
Yoctangee Park (Chillicothe Res.) Ross 10/16
Stonelick Lake Clermont 10/21
Timbre Ridge Lawrence 10/28
Antrim Lake Franklin 10/29
Sycamore State Park Pond Montgomry 10/30

 Antrim Park Lake (Columbus): From SR 315 and Bethel Road in Columbus go west on Bethel Road to Olentangy River Road. Turn right on Olentangy River Road. Turn right into Antrim Park at flashing yellow light.

Blue Limestone Park Pond (Delaware): From SR 23 and Central Ave proceed west on Central Ave. Turn left on Elizabeth Street. Turn right on John Street. This is the entrance to Blue Limestone Park.

Eyman Park Ponds (Washington Court House): From I-71 and SR 41 go south on SR 41 to Washington Court House. Turn right on Eyman Park Drive.

Foundation Park Pond (Mt. Vernon): From SR 229 and SR 36 go north on Columbus Street. Turn left at Norton Street. Proceed north on Norton Street until it dead-ends in Foundation Park. The first pond on the left is stocked with rainbow trout.

Heritage Park Pond (Groveport):The Heritage Park trout stocking has moved locations due to excessive algae growth rendering the pond unfishable.  The new location is approximately a mile east of Heritage Park in Groveport Park.  The address is 7370 Groveport Rd, Groveport.  The pond that will be stocked is in the back of the park next to the recreation facility.  The pond is 100 feet west of the rec. center.  There is ample parking and fishing access near the pond.

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Crossroads Pond (Bucyrus): North of the City of Bucyrus off SR 4. Enter the Crossroads Industrial Park Complex on the east side of SR 4, approx. one-quarter mile north of US 30. Follow the Crossroads Parkway approximately one-half mile to the parking lot at the end of the road. No special restrictions.

Lamberjack Lake - Fostoria #3 (Fostoria): From Fostoria, turn west on Center Street off of County Line Road. Center Street is one block south of SR 18. Follow Center Street to the Fostoria City Park. Lamberjack Lake has a boat ramp and is the larger of the two lakes in the park. No special restrictions.

Lima Lake (Lima): Take I-75 to Lima and exit east on SR 81. The lake is off SR 81 about 1 miles east of I-75. No special restrictions.

Olander Lake (Toledo): From Toledo, take I-475 north to Central Ave. (SR 20) exit. Turn west (left) on to Central Ave. Take Central Ave. to McCord and turn north (right) on McCord Rd. Follow McCord Rd. to Sylvania Ave. and turn west (left) on Sylvania Ave. Enter Olander Park (there is a parking fee to enter the park or you may park free on the street and walk in). No fishing on Friday the day trout are stocked, and then on the Saturday after stocking, children only until 1:00 PM. Open to all anglers after 1:00 PM.

Norwalk Reservoir No. 1 (Norwalk): Follow SR 18 / US 20 Norwalk bypass. Exit on to Akron Road to the west (Business SR 18). Turn left on Old State Rd (south) to Norwalk City Reservoirs on left. No special restrictions.

Swanton Waterworks Reservoir (Swanton): Follow SR 64, 1& 1/2 miles SE of Swnton

District 3 Northeast Ohio                   Return to Fall Trout Stocking List

Granger Pond (Eastlake): Take SR 2 (east from Eastlake) to the SR 615 exit. Go north on SR 615 for approximately 1 mile to the Munson Road and Center Street intersection. Drive north on SR 615 (Center Street) for about 0.5 mile to Hopkins Road. Continue north to Veteran's Park, which is located on the west (left) side of the road. Granger Pond is located within Veteran's Park. Restrictions: Fishing is permitted for people of all ages from sunrise to 1/2 hour after sunset.

Ohio/Erie Canal (Cleveland): Take I-77 north (from Cleveland)) to Grant Avenue. Exit at Grant Avenue and travel west to East 49th Street. Travel south on East 49th Street to the park entrance. Enter the park and proceed to the Canal Way Visitor's Center. Park at the center and walk down the trail to the fishing area. Restrictions: Fishing is permitted for people of all ages from 6 AM until 11 PM.

Painesville Recreational Park Pond (Painesville): Travel on I-90 east of Clelveland to SR 44.  Take SR 44 north approximately 2 miles to SR 84 east.  Take SR 84 east approximately 4 miles east to SR 86.  Take SR 86 north approximately 2 miles to Main Street.  Take Main Street east approximately 0.5 miles to Mill Street (Painesville Recreational Park).  Take Mill Street north into the park for approximately 0.25 miles and pond will be on the left side of the road.

Petros Lake (Canton): Take I-77 (south from Canton) to exit 101. Go west on Faircrest Street. Turn north on Perry Drive. Petros Lake is located at the corner of Perry Drive SW and Faircrest Street SW. Restrictions: Fishing is permitted for people of all ages from sunrise to sunset.

District 4 Southeast Ohio                   Return to Fall Trout Stocking List

Blue Rock State Park Cutler Lake (Zanesville): Depart Zaneville, Ohio using SR 60. Turn left (east) onto Shaver Rd. Turn left (north) onto Poverty Ridge Rd. Turn right (north) on ODNR Local Road.

Lake Alma State Park (Wellston): Depart downtown Wellston, Ohio using SR 93 (North Pennsylvania Ave.). Turn right (east) onto SR 349. Turn right (east) onto Lake Alma State Park ODNR Local Road.

Rose Lake (Hocking Hills State Park): Depart from US 33 & SR 664 intersection (southwest) on SR 664 from Logan, Ohio. Arrive at Hocking Hills State Park Lodge HDQ (internal roads).

Scioto Trail State Park Caldwell Lake (Chillicothe): Depart US 23/US50/US35 intersection near Chillicothe, Ohio. Go South on US 23. Turn left (east) onto SR 372 (Stoney Creek Rd.). Turn left (north) onto N Ridge Rd. Bear right (east) onto Lake Rd.

Timber Ridge Lake - Wayne National Forest (Ironton): Depart US 52, Ironton, Ohio @ US 52 (west). At exit SR 141, keep right onto ramp. Turn right (northeast) onto SR 141 (Campbell Dr.). Bear right (north) onto SR 141. Turn left to stay on SR 141. Keep left onto SR 775 and follow Palestine Church-Yarico Rd. Turn right (south) onto Timber Ridge Rec. Road 91.

Yoctangee Park Lake - Chillicothe Park District (Chillicothe): Depart from SR 104 @ US 35, Chillicothe, Ohio. Continue on N High St. Turn left on W Main St. Turn left on N Mulberry St.

District 5 Southwest Ohio                Return to Fall Trout Stocking List

Grand Lake St. Marys - East Bank Marina channel (St Marys): From St. Marys, take SR 703 west about 1.3 miles. Turn left (south) on SR 364. Follow SR 364 south 0.2 miles, and turn right into park entrance. Turn left onto East Bank Rd. and use the parking lot near picnic shelter. The trout are confined to the portion of the channel east of the culvert under East Bank Rd.

Rush Run Lake (Germantown): From Germantown, follow SR 725 west to Gratis. Continue west on SR 725 another 3.7 miles to Wayne Trace Rd. Turn left (south), and follow Wayne Trace Rd. 3.5 miles to Northern Rd. Turn right (west), and follow Northern Rd. one mile to Pogue Frazee Rd. Turn right (north), and follow Pogue Frazee Rd. about 0.7 miles to the main parking lot for Rush Run Lake.

Stonelick Lake (Milford): From Milford, follow SR 131 east about 8.5 miles to SR 727. Follow SR 727 east about 3 miles to the main entrance for Stonelick State Park.

Sycamore State Park Lake (Dayton): From Trotwood, take Wolf Creek Pike west about 2.8 miles to Diamond Mill Rd. Turn right (north), and follow Diamond Mill Rd. about 0.5 miles to Providence Rd. Turn left (west), follow Providence Rd. about 0.5 miles, and turn left into the entrance for the Overlook Picnic Area.

Tawawa Lake (Sidney): From I-75 and SR 29 interchange, take SR 29 east about 2.2 miles to downtown Sidney. Follow SR 29 east across the Great Miami River. Turn left onto SR 47 East/North. Follow SR 47 one half mile, and turn right onto Tawawa Drive at Tawawa Park.

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me? im going to be in canton for petros lake. be sure to bring red worms and any worm bait
go to heck peta. and lick toads while your at it.
the vpc are anti hunters, just the gun hating ones.

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Re: trout catching time!!!
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2009, 09:04:58 AM »
HUMMM:
 We can fish for trout all year,Sorry. ;D
DO to the increasing cost of energy, Gas,and Electricity. The Down turn in the economy.
The light at the END of the TUNNEL is Now TURNED OFF!!!

 


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