Hello Im from the Cleveland area. Several years ago, in April or May, I fished Fred Fullar Park with a friend of mine for Pike, we both hooked up relatively quickly and easily. I have gone down there twice in the last 3-4 weeks and fished for several hours with both my fly rod and baitcasting gear with zero hookups at all. As far as specific gear, on the fly rod I was throwing several different large Pike streamers as well as some big top water flies, on the baitcaster I was throwing spoons, crankbaits, and big spinner baits. I've spent probably a total of 12 hours this fishing several stretches of the Hoga. Covering a ton of water really thoroughly near structure and deep holes. Fred fullar park, water works area, as well of this area up river really close to Lake Rockwell at a random Canoe launch in the middle of a residential neighborhood. I was told that April and May are good times to target them in these areas because they are coming down from Rockwell to spawn, I don't know if this is true or not. Another thing I need to add is that I've seen very little baitfish in the water, or any fish for that matter. So I don't know what they would be feeding on if they are in there. Does anybody have any info on catching Pike on the Cuyahoga? Are they not as concentrated as they used to be? To me it seems like they are either not in the river at all where I've been fishing, and if they are the numbers are very low. Thanks for any help.