I plan on fishing the Ohio tomorrow. I see that the river is on the rise and the weather is suppose to be in the 50's and cloudy. I plan on fishing the mouth of the licking river with frozen cut skip jack, live goldfish, and live suckers. I then may venture over to the LMR at Magrish park. When the river is on the rise, will the cats move closer to the shore to feed or will they be further out into the river? Mind you, I will be fishing from shore and I'm praying I catch something, I've been getting skunked for some time now.