Walleye Fishing Reportfor Maumee and Sandusky Rivers |
April 30, 2003
Maumee River - 50°F, water is clear & the level is low. Anglers are still catching an occasional walleye. Anglers are also catching fair numbers of white bass. Anglers are using floating jigs about 24 inches from ½ to 1 oz sinker. Tip jigs with various colored plastic tails. Best areas are from Jerome Road through Blue Grass Island. Outlook is good. Should improve with some rain.
Sandusky River - 56°F, water level is low, effort is high. Anglers are catching some white bass (12”-16”) using shiners & white twister tails fished 2-3’ under a bobber or off of the bottom. Best areas are the State Street Bridge and the Sand Docks. Outlook is good. Should improve with some rain.