Well got to stop at a spillway on way home from work for a little over a hour saw Cramerk there good seeing you Kent must be nice to get spring break . Went to opposite end of the hole and got a nice chunky one right away around 5 pounds then hooked a couple carp which one almost got the better of me had it snagged in back got her up and jig came free with a doubled over fishing rod which in turn proceeded to launch to jigs at a hundred miles a hour right into my face got face turned enough but one about broke my already broke nose!! Ouch!! After gathering my senses got back to fishing and just as Cramerk left up the path hit a really nice one. 26 1/4" long there was a another younger guy there so instead of giving Net to grass pictures i had him take a Net picture of me holding the fish!! (Ying6 that picture is for you so you do not have to be the only guy on site with a no head shot taken by a professional photographer NET) Terry thought you would get a kick out of that one!! These were caught on double 1/8th ounce jigs with one on a orange twister the other hit hot pink!! Couple pictures at bottom of post!! Guys the hawgs are loose as we have seen lately in pictures on site with a tremendous 10 pounder taken at Alum spillway the other day check out that hog which is posted in Central Ohio Forum. I have been catching fish in all areas of water from slack water areas like at Delaware to faster current with small slack water pockets in the rivers. Take time before fishing to watch the water below the spillways how is it flowing Duh you say!! FAST AND FURIOUS!! True but if you look closely you will see the waters going many ways swirling due to humps rocks bends in river. If you can find some water that is actually heading back upstream towards dam you will increase your odds of pulling some big fish. These fish will come up river to dams and stay there but are looking for slower water to hold in many times this water is right at your feet witin feet or inches of the bank. If there are large boulders along river edge they block flow and create nice slow pockets where the fish will cling to. Also high water creates foam watch how it moves, if you see areas building up foam you have found great slack water areas these can be anywhere in the current even in middle area of the fast water. Fish these areas hard with jigs you might lose some but it can pay off big time. Small feeder creeks in super high water can also be killer at the mouths of these creeks a mudline forms from the creek clearing up and meeting the high flow water many times i have found good numbers of saugeyes in these places or just one or two but usually quality fish!! Just a few tips i have used in my spillway trips in high water that can really cut out the wrong areas to fish and make it so you have lure in hightest possible fish holding areas. NEVER PASS UP A SWIRLING WHIRLPOOL LOOKING SPOT WITHOUT FISHING IT AT LEAST A FEW MINUTES!!!! Good Fishing!!