Lake Loramie Fishing Reports

  • Keeper crappies were being caught in good numbers along with a few bluegills before heavy spring rains set in. According to Spillway Bait and Tackle, muddy water is making crappie fishing difficult but fish are being caught once found. Some bluegills are also being caught. Boat fishermen are doing better since they can cover more . . read more

  • Fishermen began catching fish in late March and the fishing was steadily improving until a week of heavy rains muddied the water. Keeper crappies were being caught in good numbers along with a few bluegills. According to Spillway Bait and Tackle, a week of heavy rain created high water and extreme muddy conditions. Loramie has . . read more

  • Fishermen have enjoyed open water since mid-March and are hunting and finding fish. Bluegills are running 7-8 inches and keeper crappies are also being caught in good numbers. According to Spillway Bait and Tackle, white crappies were the first to show up and now more blacks are being taken. Small jigs and plastic tails are . . read more

  • Ice fishing is very popular at Lake Loramie, and seeing fishable ice return in early March was an unexpected bonus. However, the majority of fishermen are waiting for open water. Fishermen are hunting and finding a few fish. Bluegills are running 7-8 inches and some keeper crappies are also being caught. Small jigs and plastic . . read more

  • Spillway Bait and Tackle reports that fishermen are looking for and finding fish. The ice thickness is running 7-10 inches. 7-8 inch bluegills are being taken now. 10 inch crappies are also showing up in decent numbers. Fishermen were catching fish at the Brick House Channel on 119, Filburns Island, Earl’s Island, and the Luthman . . read more

  • According to Spillway Bait and Tackle, the crappie fishing is on and fish are being taken all around the lake. Die-hard fishermen at Lake Loramie are also catching some nice bluegills as well with an occasional nine-incher showing up in the basket. Currently, crappies appear to be easier to catch than bluegills and are showing . . read more

  • According to Spillway Bait and Tackle, the crappie fishing is on and almost everyone is catching fish. Die-hard fishermen at Lake Loramie are also catching some nice bluegills as well with an occasional nine-incher showing up in the basket. Currently, crappies appear to be easier to catch than bluegills and are showing up all over . . 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, especially the larger ones. Crappies are being caught at the bridges, docks, and along . . read more

  • 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