Glendale Catfish

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2011/09/08 21:04:02 (permalink)

Glendale Catfish

I know that it is getting late in the year and the lake is drained and practically unaccessible from the bank unless you plan on getting muddy but for future referrance, any tips on night time catty fishing from shore, locations, baits. I fished a few times around killbuck this past summer with only a few fish being caught, using livers, shrimp, and crawlers. Our family bought a camp a few years back and we are really starting to use it now that we have put some work into it and I find myself there more often or not.
 
Thanks ahead of time for any info.

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    RE: Glendale Catfish 2011/09/09 08:35:10 (permalink)
    i like fishing the left side of the last boat launch just before the breast nice hole there some structure and grass chicken skin and livers work well but if you can catch some of the big gold shiners in the lake they work the best just cut them in two or three pieces although useing the cut bait you might catch more than cats i.e. pike muskie bass and once and a while the elusive bowfin
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    RE: Glendale Catfish 2011/09/09 11:39:06 (permalink)
    Did not know the lake was drawn down.  Can you still launch a boat?

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    RE: Glendale Catfish 2011/09/09 15:58:24 (permalink)
    i have been told the only launch that is accessable now is the last one before the breast not much of a launch but the water is deep enough me and a few friends are heading there tomorrow night
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    RE: Glendale Catfish 2011/09/09 20:42:33 (permalink)
    Thanks guys I will be sure to try this, how do you go about getting these shinners....

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    RE: Glendale Catfish 2011/09/09 20:53:42 (permalink)
    i usually catch them below the causeway they tend to school with the crappie i catch them on trout magnets small bluegill work too but not as good when i use bluegill tho i always cut off the spiny dorsal fin they seem to take it better that way
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    RE: Glendale Catfish 2011/09/10 12:01:54 (permalink)
    The catfish we caught were bullheads are there any other species in the lake?

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    RE: Glendale Catfish 2011/09/12 09:21:22 (permalink)
    I just called the park office, they said the best place to launch is McKee's run.  They said they added some gravel at the launch to help with the low water.  Its the next to the one near the dam - near the glendale year-round.  Going to head up tonight to check it out. 
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    RE: Glendale Catfish 2011/09/12 17:19:18 (permalink)
    sweet let me know how it is we have been chomping at the bit to launch the boat the walleyes will be stacked up on the rocks in this low water
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    RE: Glendale Catfish 2011/09/13 10:07:21 (permalink)
    The launch is ok, its pretty flat so you have to back into the water a bit - so plan on wading.
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