Ok, so the white bass and crappie continue to be the most active, it shouldn’t take a rocket scientist to figure that out based on the available reports. But, I’ve had a couple of very credible reports that, if you work hard enough to find them, limits of walleye have been catchable in the river. The other interesting piece of news is that smallmouth bass have been very active. BUT AGIAN, PLESE RELEASE THESE FISH AND CATCH THE CRAPPIE, WHITE BASS, BLUE GILL, CATFISH AND WALLEYE FOR THE FRYING PAN. Sorry, but there are SO many good eating fish in this river, keeping a smallie to eat just rubs me wrong. It’s your right but so is it mine to call you a “taker” if you do.
Be careful as water levels are very low but that can help concentrate the fish.
Northern pike are active also. Again, please release all but a trophy fish.
Thanks for listening,