Crappie, perch, walleyes all biting around Ohio – Ohio River Region Report

Cincinnati area and Clermont County

Anglers are reporting some success in the tributaries on worms as well as Twister Tails tipped with minnows. Catches are mostly bluegill and white bass.

Greenup dam area

Hybrid striped bass are always a favorite catch this time of year. Minnows and jigs with pearl flukes are usually the most popular with anglers and can be used successfully to catch a nice-sized fish. For those more interested in fishing for sauger, saugeyes, or walleyes, try using a three-inch flathead chartreuse jig.

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