Normally, the Division of Wildlife stocks catchable trout only in spring, but this year they're stocking some almost as "Christmas presents" for Buckeye anglers. Catchable sized rainbow and brown trout have been stocked at Malabar Farm State Park, a total of 300 fish released into the Inn pond across from Malabar Farm Restaurant, and nearby Swisher Creek received 400 brown trout.
It's highly likely that a good many readers will have venison in the freezer by the end of deer gun season, and more will take a buck or doe during the muzzleloader season or the last of the archery hunt. In fact, some are likely to have two, even three or (dare I say it?) more by the end of the various hunts. Which is great if you have 10 kids and a number of hungry relatives, but for many hunters a single deer or two will put a strain on freezer facilities.
Knox Lake is 495 acres of pretty water in Knox County just 1.5 miles northeast of Fredericktown off Ohio 95. It's surface is usually clear blue or green, thanks to plenty of timber and meadows around its shores to halt muddy waters, with about half of its length (west end) flooded timber that's shallow and has dozens of standing trees. There aren't super elaborate facilities for anglers, but the lake does offer basic marina and launch facilities, and plenty of fish are waiting for fall visitors.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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