Monday, January 30th, 2023
Monday, January 30th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Northwest Region

Maumee River (Lucas and Wood Counties) – The water temperature
is 60 degrees and the water level is normal. Walleye fishing is
slowing down but there are still some being taken. Good numbers of
white bass are being caught. For walleyes, use floating jig heads
and Carolina rigs with chartreuse or florescent colored plastic
tails. Try fishing with minnows for white bass or use white jigs.
The best places to fish are Fort Meigs up to Interstate 475
bridge. Anglers have been wading over to Bluegrass Island. 

Sandusky River (Sandusky County) – The water temperature is 60
degrees and the water levels are normal. Although the occasional
walleye is being caught, the walleye run on the Sandusky is over. 
White bass are in the river with great catches. For walleyes, use
floating jig heads with brightly colored plastic tails with
3/8-ounce weight about 18 to 24 inches above the jig. For white
bass, use minnows. The best places to fish for walleye is near
Roger Young Park. The best spots for white bass has been near the
Sand Docks but it is good all through downtown Fremont. 

Killdeer Reservoir (Wyandot County) – The water temperature is
61 degrees and levels are low.  Walleyes are being taken in the
early mornings and late evenings.  Drifting night crawlers or
leeches is working great. The best spots are the reefs near the
island.  Smallmouth bass are also being taken during the early
mornings and late evenings. Casting crankbaits along the south and
east shorelines is working best.

Upper Sandusky Reservoir No. 2 (Wyandot County) – The water
temperature is 62 degrees and the water levels are normal. Yellow
perch are being taken in the mornings. Fishing worms under a slip
bobber just off of the bottom is working great. Try the north shore
for the best results.

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