And Buckeye is one of the few places in the state that has hybrid striped bass among its offerings.
Report from the Dock Some steelhead are moving back into the northeast Ohio rivers from their summer Lake Erie run and anglers are lining up to catch them. Conneaut Creek has been a particularly good
It’s officially fall and a good time to be a Buckeye State fisherman. Blue catfish, saugeyes, steelhead, and yellow perch are all on angler radar right now.
Fall patterns are setting up for crappies, walleyes, saugeyes, and muskies.
Lake Erie anglers got blown off the big lake this week by gale-force winds, but northeast Ohio steelhead fishermen are just about ready to dip their toes.
Saugeyes are the only species that are stocked in this unlimited horsepower lake.
Blue catfish are on anglers’ radars in the Buckeye State, particularly on Central Ohio’s Hoover Reservoir.
When targeting saugeyes in fall and winter, most angling attention is focused on Cabin Bay and the dam area.
The heat of the summer is beginning to wane, but the fishing on Lake Erie and beyond is continuing to go strong.