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Fisheries Biologists show the diversity of sport fish species collected and released during routine sampling.
Rock bass are present throughout the South Fork Licking River with fish present up to 9.5 inches.
Looking downstream at the bridge crossing at Lair Ramp.
Nick Keeton, fisheries technician, holds a nice 17.0 inch largemouth bass collected and released.
Railroad bridge crossing located downstream of the Terry Dam Ramp.
Quality bluegill are present in the pooled sections of the South Fork Licking River.
A view of Robinson Dam, a boat ramp and bank fishing access is available at this site.
Although in low numbers, some quality crappie can be found in the slower pools of the South Fork Licking River.
Flathead catfish are found throughout the entire river with good numbers collected and released at Robinson Dam ramp.
The view looking downstream from the paved parking area at Robinson Dam.
Quality smallmouth bass up to 18.5 inches were collected and released during sport fish surveys.
The US 27 bridge crossing located at the Pendleton Co. Athletic Park.
Chad Nickell, fisheries technician, holds a nice smallmouth bass collected and released from the South Fork Licking River.