The Ohio tributaries are on the drop, but several of the streams are along way off from being fishable this weekend. Check the flow gauges on the smaller tributaries and make your plans accordingly. Ohio has been very challenging this fall and we are hoping this is the water needed to entice a good push of steelhead into the systems.
We have been very busy as a team, and it's another early day tomorrow, so we will keep this short and sweet. When we have a bit more time, we will share a good story with you. Until then, here are some more highlight photos from our trips the last couple of days.
Carter is all smiles after landing this nice steelhead.
Scott and Carter share a photo together with this colored buck.
Scott and Carter with another good fish.
Scott with another solid fish
Anthony swings a nice run.
Anthony with a nice Ohio hen on an egg pattern.
SAO guide Mike Schultz and Bruce share a quick grab and grin.
Matt poses with a good Ohio Buck.
Aaron with a bright Ohio steelhead.
Aaron and Matt share a memory on the water.
Bruce is all smiles with another good fish.
Gene poses with this thick Ohio buck.
Ken with a fresh PA hen steelhead.
Ken hits another good fish.
Josh is doing it right and enjoying a nice stogie at the same time.
Matt holds a solid fish.
Tom with a good hen early in the morning on the Alley.
Troy poses with this nice kyped buck steelhead.
What beautiful colors....gotta love it!
Steve poses with a good buck of his own.
Axel releases his catch.
Axel and Steve share in the experience! There is nothing like
sharing the experience with friends and family!
Reid poses with a solid Ohio Steelhead.
Paul with a nice Ohio buck.
We will have more for you soon, until then good luck this weekend!
Steelhead Alley Outfitters