Northeast Ohio Fishing Report – April 26th, 2013

Rocky River (Cuyahoga County)

Steelhead fishing has been pretty consistent on the Rocky River. The steelhead are still evenly distributed throughout the river. Anglers are catching these silver bullets on a variety of baits, such as spawn sacs, maggots, flies, spinners, and spoons, but casting minnows seems to be the hot bait right now.

Mahoning River (Stark County)

The spring crappie action picks up at another location in Northeast Ohio. The Greenbower Street Bridge that crosses the Mahoning River near Deer Creek Reservoir has been added to that list. Anglers are filling their buckets and ice chests with nice slabs of black and white crappies. They are reeling them in on everything from a minnow under a bobber to crappie tubes and jigs with Twister Tails.

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