Markland Dam White Bass Run

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Date(s) - 04/08/2021
4:00 PM - 9:00 PM


NKFF Markland Dam White Bass Run. Email Josh Lillard with questions.

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  • Don Lambert
  • Josh Lillard
  • Kenneth Hinkel
  • Ronald Kornrumpf
  • Jack Randall
  • Bruce Lane
  • Tim Guilfoile
  • Ron Kilmer


  1. Josh said to meet at the Markland Dam Park parking lot on the Indiana side of the dam. He also says…..” I recommend streamer patterns on full sink or sink tip. Ill probably not make it by 4pm, so just walk down the steps and work down river, the beach area is best. I also bring a spinning rod to find the fish & then switch to a fly rod.”

    I suppose thunderstorms will postpone the trip, but a little rain never hurt anyone………

  2. I’m going to cancel this time, since the weather is looking iffy, and it’s a fairly long drive for me. I’ll still be interested if you reschedule.

  3. According to the radar, it looks like the skys will clear come fishing time. Anyone closer to the river than Lexington have any input on the amount of rain they got or if it will have any negative affect on fishing. Ive never fished the Ohio River and am not clear how it reacts to recent rainfall.

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