Ohio Fishing Destinations

Bucyrus Reservoirs

Black Crappie Blue Catfish Bluegill and 4 more species

The Bucyrus Reservoirs in Ohio offer a variety of fishing opportunities for anglers. Species include largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, channel catfish, and saugeye. Nearby activities include hiking, camping, and birdwatching. Fishing tips include using live bait or lures that mimic local prey. The best time of year to visit is typically in the spring or fall when the weather is mild and fish are more active. The average temperature during these times ranges from 60-70 degrees Fahrenheit. Get driving directions.

BUCYRUS RESERVOIRS
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Fish Species

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Crappies are members of the sunfish and the black bass family.

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This is the largest catfish of the family Ictaluridae, reported to grow to 120 lb. (54 kg).

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Today the bluegill is one of the most popular panfish species in North America.

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The channel catfish is very highly regarded for its food and sports value.

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The kelp bass, a member of a large group of seabasses, which inhabit the eastern Pacific, is a robust fish ...

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The saugeye is a hybrid fish created by crossing a female walleye with a male sauger.