Fishing Report Provided by Ohio Department of Natural Resources - Ohio Department of Natural Resources
Average: 3(1 vote)
Greenup Dam (Scioto County) – Hybrid striped bass: Try fishing cut baits and live baits off the bottom. White bass: Try using top-water lures as well as skipjack, chubs, shiners, and cut bait. Early morning will probably produce the most catches. Channel catfish: Most fish will probably be found on the bottom using tight-lining techniques with cut bait, night crawlers, and chicken livers. Fishing throughout the night and in the early morning hours before daybreak may be the most successful. Flathead catfish: Goldfish are popular bait.
Meldahl Dam (Clermont County) – Channel catfish: are being taken in good numbers all along the river. Try chicken livers, shrimp, or night crawlers fished on the bottom. Hybrid striped bass: Try fishing cut baits and live baits on the bottom. White bass: Try using skipjack or cut bait.
May 15, 2014
Fishing Report Provided by - Alex Gleason
Average: 1(1 vote)
The River is up and flowing very fast with a strong current. We've had alot of rain lately, Some creeks might benefit from this, but most are still up farther than normal and super muddy.
Fished for a few hours and didnt get a bite. Tried bait on bottom for catfish, even through some plastics to see if i could catch a white bass or anything!
But its not the best to go probably over the next few days as the water recedes some.
May 13, 2014
Fishing Report Provided by - mike winhoven jr
Average: 5(1 vote)
1 fish caught | Lunker: 24lb Striped Catfish using a Chicken Liver