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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – The shoreline from the Morgantown lock to the mouth of Deckers Creek is always a good place to fish from the shore. Two large walleyes were caught at night from this shoreline three weeks ago. Sauger, channel catfish, drum, and hybrid striped bass are common in this area. The Star City ramp park and the Morgantown Power Plant pier are also good areas for bank anglers. The best time to fish is 1-2 hours before and after sunset. This is also a good time for catfish throughout the pools in 15 to 20 feet of water.


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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – The river at a normal level after a couple of weeks of high water. Water temperature is around 72 degrees. A 29 and 32-inch walleye were caught in the Morgantown tailwater this week. When flows are normal, start fishing about an hour before sunset because sauger and walleye will begin feeding at dusk. During high flows, the fish will be active throughout the day. Jigs with minnows are particularly good baits but 3-inch plastic grubs will also be productive. White or chartreuse are good colors. Warm water discharges at the Rivesville and Morgantown power plants will attract fish all spring. A pier at the Morgantown plant makes fishing safe and convenient.


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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – The river at a normal level after a couple of weeks of high water. Water temperature is around 68 degrees. A good area for bank fishermen is the calm water at the approach to the locks on the Westover side of the river, particularly during high water. When flows are normal, start fishing about an hour before sunset because sauger and walleye will begin feeding at dusk. During high flows, the fish will be active throughout the day. Jigs with minnows are particularly good baits but 3-inch plastic grubs will also be productive. White or chartreuse are good colors. Warm water discharges at the Rivesville and Morgantown power plants will attract fish all spring. A pier at the Morgantown plant makes fishing safe and convenient.


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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – This is a good time to fish for big largemouth and smallmouth bass. The temperature is about 60 degrees. Some sauger and walleye have moved into the creek mouths and dam tailwaters. The best time to fish is one or two hours at dusk. Jigs with minnows are always good baits but 3-inch plastic grubs will also be productive. Muskies can be caught by trolling large crank baits along the shoreline throughout the river or casting from shore in the Morgantown area. Large muskies are common along the shoreline at this time of year.


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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – Water temperatures are now rising and fishing should improve significantly. The temperature is about 60 degrees. Some sauger and walleye have moved into the creek mouths and dam tailwaters. The best time to fish is one or two hours at dusk. They will also concentrate at the mouths of larger tributaries like Buffalo, Paw Paw, and Pricketts creeks. Jigs with minnows are always good baits but 3-inch plastic grubs will also be productive. Muskies can be caught by trolling large crank baits along the shoreline throughout the river or casting from shore in the Morgantown area. Large muskies are common along the shoreline at this time of year.


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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – The water temperature is 48 degrees. Some sauger and walleye have moved into the creek mouths and dam tailwaters. An increase in flows or a few degrees water temperature rise will cause more fish to move into the tailwaters. The best time to fish is one or two hours at dusk. They will also concentrate at the mouths of larger tributaries like Buffalo, Paw Paw, and Pricketts creeks. Jigs with minnows are always good baits but 3-inch plastic grubs will also be productive. Muskies can be caught by trolling large crank baits along the shoreline throughout the river or casting from shore in the Morgantown area. Large muskies are common along the shoreline at this time of year.


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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – Some sauger and walleye have moved into the creek mouths and dam tailwaters. An increase in flows or a few degrees water temperature rise will cause more fish to move into the tailwaters. The best time to fish is for one or two hours at dusk. They will also concentrate at the mouths of larger tributaries like Buffalo, Paw Paw, and Pricketts creeks. Jigs with minnows are always good baits but 3-inch plastic grubs will also be productive. Muskies can be caught by trolling large crank baits along the shoreline throughout the river or casting from shore in the Morgantown area. A fish survey last week at Morgantown collected a 28-inch walleye and several 40-inch muskies. Muskies are common along the shoreline at this time of year.


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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – Sauger and walleye are still in the deeper main channel and have not moved into the dam tailwaters. An increase in flows or a few degrees water temperature rise will cause them to move into the tailwaters. The best time to fish is for one or two hours at dusk. They will also concentrate at the mouths of larger tributaries like Buffalo, Paw Paw, and Pricketts creeks. Jigs with minnows are always good baits but 3-inch plastic grubs will also be productive. Muskies can be caught by trolling large crank baits along the shoreline throughout the river or casting from shore in the Morgantown area.


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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – ere may be some fishing opportunities in tailwaters and at heated discharges. Boat ramps are ice covered and unusable.


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Full Report: MONONGAHELA RIVER – There may be some fishing opportunities in tailwaters and at heated discharges. Boat ramps are ice covered and unusable.

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07/10/2014 00:03:49Guest---Monongahela River
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