Anglers are doing well in the Western Basin for this “Lake Erie Gold” species.
The bite for saugeyes, walleyes, crappies, and muskies on inland waters is going fairly well right now.
On Lake Erie, fishermen continue to produce walleye limits in both the Western and Central Basins quite regularly. Some of these walleyes are going better than 30 inches.
The walleye bite on Lake Erie has returned to its normal excellence after a series of big storms on the lake shut things down for a period. As a bonus, the world-class smallmouth bass fishing
Walleye limits have been standard in the Western and Central Basins with most anglers trolling crankbaits or casting worm harnesses.
The summer is upon us and that means it’s time for catfish for Ohio anglers. A highlight is the blue cats being caught at Central Ohio’s Hoover Reservoir.
On inland waters, about every lake in the state that holds crappies is offering good fishing right now.
Crappie fishing has been good to very good all across the state with anglers using a variety of offerings from small swimbaits to minnow rigs to pick up fish.
The crappie bite has been good all across the state.