June 23 fishing report Ohio waters.
The may fly hatch is pretty much over and the walleye are biting pretty good. It has not been a slam dunk on the walleye fishing how ever catches are in the respectable range if you fish hard. Today we took a boat limit drift fishing on Coe Vanna IV working the out side shelf ledges. The best depths was drifting from 30 to 24 feet of water. A slow crank after a 8 count and let it hang on the end worked out well. The biggest thing that screws shallow water fishing up is boat traffic. So find a spot out by your self and work it. Best areas have been from A can to B-C and D cans. All the shallow reefs were holding some walleye but I would have to think most of them have been thinned out. Rattle Snake to the Kidney or West Reef and the Gravel Pitts have also been producing good catches for drift fishing.
Drift fishing catches from Saturday June 23 2010 – Pictures below are from June 23 also