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 bluegills and white bass. For Ohio River conditions go to: water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=iln.
Meldahl Pool Area – Saugers can be caught in the early morning and later in the evening when the temperatures are a little cooler. A simple minnow should be sufficient.
R.C. Byrd tailwaters – Spring is a great time to start reeling in hybrid striped bass in the 10- to 20-inch range. Minnows, flukes, white jigs, and spoons can all be used. Try jigging off the bottom – best spots in previous years have been at the wall and at the end of the riprap. For the angler interested in catching saugers or walleyes, try using white jigs and minnows. Try jigging slowly off the bottom along the riprap.