The Three Rivers

Coshocton, Ohio is home to the confluence of the Walhonding, Tuscarawas and Muskingum Rivers.  Each river has unique features that provide quality bass and catfishing opportunities. 

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Muskingum River

The Muskingum River is the largest.  It is the widest and deepest river of the three.  The Muskingum tends to get a bit muddier, but yields the largest fish.

The Tuscarawas River

On the other end, the Tuscarawas River is the shallowest and skinniest.  The Tusky is the cleanest and traditionally produces the most numbers.

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The Walhonding River

The Walhonding River is the best of both worlds. Although skinny in spots, both numbers and size can be had fishing this river.

All three rivers are home to numerous, active bald eagle nesting sites.  It is common to see multiple birds on a trip down any of these three rivers.