Healthy Ohio River produces range of species
The rivers in Ohio are healthy and producing fish we never think of catching here. It's always fun to read these reports.
We have fished on the Ohio river and remember when it wasn't this clean:
In Allegheny County, the Ohio River is seeing all kinds of action with anglers picking up hybrid striped bass and walleye. Yellow perch, catfish and freshwater drum are also biting on a variety of live bait. Fishermen are having success mostly around the mouths of streams that offshoot from the river, and near the base of structures in the water. Reports also indicate an abundance of smallmouth bass in the area, with most anglers seeing success using spoons and hard plastic swim baits.
The whole story came from Ohio's TribLive.