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When the going gets tough (fishing), the tough go sauger fishing. It’s a fish most easily caught in the coldest weather.
Below the dams on the Ohio and other streams are prime territory for sauger, a tasty cousin of the walleye.
Sauger action usually starts in November and good fishing continues through the end of February from the Markland Dam all the way down the river to the J.T. Myers Dam at Uniontown. There also is good fishing along other streams throughout the state.
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