Maumee River Report:
LEVEL-580.5 down a few inches from yesterday
Barometer: 30.32 inHg and falling
Wading to Bluegrass Island is possible
Sunrise : 7:50 AM (First cast)
Sunset: 7:38 PM (Last cast)
Two seasons ago we had massive ice Â and snow and 16ft high Icebergs in the Maumee , last year it was rain-rain-rain Â and resulting high water levels through whole month of march, this year its an abnormally warm February followed by a long very cold spell in March. The great thing is to see sportsmen adapt to these ever changing conditions and still pull in walleye. Â Today the river conditions remain steady with the only change is that snow is expected throughout today and tommorow.
Still seeing Â best times to trigger the bite over the weekend seems to be just after sunrise and just before sunset, its been slow throughout the day. Â We saw fish brought in to the shop and reports of Â quite a few anglers out on the river getting singles and doubles early yesterday.-Buttonwood, Bluegrass, Ford st and Jerome Rd Rapids are the best producing areas right now.The water level and all conditions are Â holding steady and predicted to be about the same throughout Â the coming week. All access areas should be available to fish.
Weight: Â 1/2 oz -5/8 oz
Leader: 2-3Â ft
Colors: Â PinkÂ headÂ /white Tail Â – Â Red Head / Pink tail Â – Green head/ Xmas lights Â Tail – Â White head /Orange ail