Put in @ Schmidt around 6:30 pm, headed down river into town to fish back up to the ramp. Caught bait in the Licking river, Shad pretty thick on the east "Newport" side. Using cut shad, cut skipjack and live shad. River temp was 71 degrees and level was @ 27.7 feet, visibility about 5" and heavy current, really swirling behind the boat. The drift was VERY heavy, tons of debris floating down stream, mostly woody stuff really a pain in the butt. Fished a couple of spots, depths of 30 to 20 feet without a hit and lines constantly being snagged by the floating stuff. Then had a about a 14' log hang in the anchor rope just before 9 pm. That was the final straw, pulled up and headed in, really didn't want to deal with all that stuff in the dark when the fish weren't biting. If you go out now be very careful, especially after dark, there is alot of big stuff floating and it is hard to see.