Pine Lake Fishing Report near Columbiana, Ohio
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Fishing at Pine Lake, Ohio 1950-1960
by Tight Lines
on December 9th
During the period 1950-1960, my father and I experienced numerous successful fishing expeditions at Pine Lake. We almost always caught largemouth bass there, some weighing as much as 5 pounds or more, using such "deep-running" lures as the Heddon Crab and Bombers in water as much as 20 feet deep. At the time, the lake was owned by the Ohio
Water Service Company. Fishing permits and boat rentals (flat-bottomed "john boats") were inexpensive. It is sad to learn that Pine Lake is no longer available to the public.
Species Caught: Largemouth Bass
How to get authority to fish Pine Lake
by Tight Lines
on April 22nd
My name is Al Beaver and I along with my friend Simmie McIntosh have fished Pine Lake for a very long time. We were probably the only 2 guys that only harvested fish that were 9inches or more like Ohio requires now years ago. Crappies were the species caught the most as well as white perch and blue gills. I purchased the fishing pass with boat launch privledges for every year it was offered. Pine Lake in my opinion is one of the best fisheries in Ohio and I wish there was a way the public could still fish there with consideration for the home owners around the lake.
Species Caught: Crappie
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