went to the usually scioto spots around 4pm today. Forgot my shorts, so I waded in my Khaki dress pants. Water level is officially TOO LOW. Places that where wet this weekend, are starting to dry up. New Rock structures are showing up left and right, and the majority of the river was less than two feet, several inches in other spots. Tossed a twister tail for an hour, nothing. Switched to a White/Black Rooster Tail, bingo. Caught three Saugeyes, but lost three saugeyes all at the same time. When I was pulling them out of the water, they would shake off the treble hook. Don't know what I'm doing wrong, but I lose a ton of fish when pulling them out with my rod. I did have my hands on one of the eyes, but he twitched, and off he went, back into the water. The third shaked off one foot from my feet. It must have been the khaki pants. The eyes probably saw my horrible yuppie pants, and fought with everything to escape!!! So basically I got the skunk. None of the eyes where of any size, less than 10 inches on all three. Also lost one smallmouth during the initial slam and jump. Was a HOG, maybe 6 inches TOPS. If you are planning on hitting the scioto north of Donegal Cliffs park , wait till it rains. Another week without rain, and the whole river will be dry. Might make for some easy fishing, fish stacked in the deeper pools, but generally the whole system is in need of some rain storms. Not saying you won't catch fish, just the conditions aren't ideal.