No crossing to bluegrass island -too high
Hit the high water areas for white bass. Orleans park in Perrysburg. White street and Ft . Miami’s(Corey St.) in Maumee.
Walleye are biting at Buttonwood.
When high water occurs, you will want to make a move into the many flooded sloughs and backwater areas all along the river . when you pick out a backwater area or slough, try and find ones that have a limited current flow. Areas of running current will not hold as many fish as those areas that are away from fast current. A great local area is right behind the peninsula (looks like and island ) at Ft. Meigs. Park at the Ft Meigs lot and hike back a bit into the slower water and give it a shot. White bass and crappie tuck in there when the water is up like this. As far as baits, stick with small ice jig-type lures tipped with waxworms. Fish suspending them under a small float, and you’re in business. When you find one crappie, there will likely be more.
Between our two kayak shops we have one of the best selections as any other retailer in Ohio and Michigan. Something for beginners and seasoned yakkers alike. Recreational , camping , fishing yaks and of course tandems . Paddles , life vests, and accessories as well .
Everything below is in stock and ready to hit the water – Many colors of each model available too.
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