Fishing! The Sandusky River offers a wide variety of fishing opportunities. Fishing action starts early in the year as the world famous "Walleye Run" begins. The Sandusky River recieves less pressure than the Maumee River with similar big fish opportunities available. It is not uncommon to catch a trophy 30" Walleye! Just as the Walleye action starts to slow down, White Bass arrive. White Bass are present in the river all year but during Spring their abundance is spectacular. Additionally, this is the time to try for that one huge speciman for your "Fish-Ohio" certificate! Spring angler's also catch Crappie and the occasional Steelhead or Northern Pike . As Spring gives way to Summer the catches reflect the diversity of the river and each angler's preference. Along with the species already mentioned, catches of Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, Yellow Bullhead, Freshwater Drum, and Bluegill are common. Hooking into a 20+ pound Carp is always fun too!
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