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Sunday, April 14th, 2024

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Highly-anticipated walleye river runs are fast approaching in Ohio

Anglers on Ohio's Maumee River in particular typically stand shoulder to shoulder to fish for spawning walleyes during the run, which gets started in March. (Photo by John Hageman)

Even as cold evening temperatures maintain skim ice across the surface water, inside quiet marinas and boat ramps remain slick along Lake Erie’s shoreline, and rivers that receive slugs of moving water from warmer upstream rainfall run freely earlier.
In March, the Maumee and Sandusky rivers provide wading and shoreline anglers some of the earliest opportunities each spring for anglers to cast for walleyes.

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