Its fishing, not catching
Just curious to see what some of the more seasoned saugeye fishermen think when the Fall bite will pick up for eyes. Is there a certain time (beginning of October?) or a certain water temp (low 60's?) when the bite for eyes will pick up big time. No matter where you fish for eyes (Alum, Indian, Buckeye, Hoover, CJ Brown Scioto dams) there is always that certain time when the bite picks up big time and just wondering when that is. As always thanks in advance!