The white bass spawning runs on the Maumee and Sandusky rivers in northwest Ohio have anglers’ attention right now.
Crappie fishing has been good to very good all across the state with anglers using a variety of offerings from small swimbaits to minnow rigs to pick up fish.
Despite a midweek snow across much of the state, steelhead and walleye fishing continue strong.
The crappie bite has been good all across the state.
Steelhead fishing on Ohio’s northern tributaries continues to be the best thing going this spring.
The spring steelhead bite in northeast Ohio rivers is the thing fishermen are talking about these days.
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Walleyes in early stages of river spawn runs. On inland waters, crappies are the name of the game.
The ice season was a short one on Lake Erie, and anglers are already back to launching boats and trolling for walleyes.