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Discussion in 'Ohio River Fishing Reports' started by EachHit71, Dec 12, 2007.
It was great to me a couple of Sundays ago.
Usually Pike and New Cumberland are nearly identical. So use this first one to see how it is today and the projected height for this weekend....and it's not so good. the second one will give some good info on a day to day basis.
They're saying 20 ft on Sat and about 18 by Sun.
the water level is real high its 24 ft if im not mistan you cant even fish off the pier when its that high but the fishing has been great their when water is lower
As of this morning they revised their projection to 28 ft by tomorrow at about 7 pm. I don't see any fishing on either this weekend. And yes JK, you're correct on the water level being too high to fish off the wall. I don't remember how high it has to be for that to happen , but I'd bet we are past it. Maybe someone will chime in here and clue us in...
Thanks guys for the info. Its over a 2 hour drive for me just to look at the water. I normally fish 72nd in Cleveland.
At 22' its on the pier at Pike Island,just drove by there on my way home from work.It's very high and muddy.
They're projecting flood stage by sometime tomorrow! Yikes.........!
33' yesterday, at 22' water is at top of fishing pier.
45.1 Lock walls overtopped.
45.0 Lock walls overtopped
38.0 Navigation suspended, lock out of service.
37.0 LOW LYING AREAS OF WHEELING ISLAND BEGIN TO FLOOD.
34.0 or 13.0 feet on the upper gage, water begins to flood golf course near Tiltonsville
22.0 water reaches the fishing pier on right downstream bank
very nice post goodday interesting info you put in your post