Lake Loramie Fishing Reports

  • A good ratio of keeper crappies along with the usual stable bluegill population has fishermen excited. Spillway Bait and Tackle reports that high water has the west end of the lake muddy, but the east end is producing crappies as the water clears. Roughly two out of three crappies being caught are keepers. When located, . . read more

  • The continuing appearance of larger crappies and the usual stable bluegill population has Loramie fishermen excited. Ice fishermen were catching fish but the unexpected warm spells in January and February opened the lake completely and cut their season short. As the lake settles, fishermen are hunting for fish at an unusual time of the year . . read more

  • According to Spillway Bait and Tackle the fishing is starting to pick up as water temperatures drop. The season is late with the unusual stretch of warm weather in September and October. Crappie fishermen are starting to catch some fish and finding more and more keepers. Some bluegills are biting with sizes being mixed. There . . read more

  • According to Spillway Bait and Tackle, the fishing is transitioning, and everyone is waiting for cooler temperatures. Die-hard fishermen at Lake Loramie are catching some panfish. Currently, crappies appear to be easier to catch than bluegills. Bluegills have to be hunted, but when found are decent size. Crappies are being caught at the bridges and . . read more

  • According to Spillway Bait & Tackle, crappie fishing has slowed down as the transition into the summer conditions begins. Crappies are running 9 to 13 inches with an occasional 14 incher showing up. The last hour before dark has been productive. Bluegills are still biting with sizes being mixed. Once found, some nice fish are . . read more

  • Crappie fishing has been excellent this spring and good numbers of 10 and 11 inch crappies are being taken. Spillway Bait and Tackle reports that roughly two out of three crappies being caught are keepers. When located, some bragging size crappies over 14 inches are being caught. During a recent crappie tournament, several boats reported . . read more

  • The anticipated appearance of larger crappies last fall along with the usual stable bluegill population had fishermen excited. The fishing has continued to pick up this spring and good numbers of 10 and 11 inch crappies are being taken. Spillway Bait and Tackle reports that roughly two out of three crappies being caught are keepers. . . read more

  • The anticipated appearance of larger crappies last fall along with the usual stable bluegill population had fishermen excited. Unexpected warm weather in January opened the lake entirely, and after the heavy rains, the lake was extremely muddy. As the lake settled, fishermen were forced to change tactics and hunt for fish at an unusual time . . read more

  • Fishermen at Lake Loramie are hoping for safe ice to return. Ice fishing is extremely popular at Loramie and the anticipated appearance of larger crappies last fall has fishermen excited along with the usual stable bluegill population. Unexpected warm weather in January opened the lake entirely, and after the heavy rains, the lake was extremely . . read more

  • Fishermen at Lake Loramie are also in a transition mode waiting for safe ice to return. Ice fishing is extremely popular at Loramie and the anticipated appearance of larger crappies has fishermen anxious to get started. Expected below normal temperatures will have fishermen looking for safe ice in the deeper water areas. Lake Loramie ice . . read more