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I have read many threads regarding the fact that catfishing is better when the rivers rising. I know this may be a dumb? but besides the fact that you can look and see if the water is up or down from the marks on the shoreline and obviously after a big rain it would rise. What other factors do you guys use to tell if a river is rising or falling? I am mainly talking about the scioto in columbus. So things like dam output would probally also affect it. I have heard of checking a government site that measures flow of a river. Is that how you know?


PS was out at a pond in Dubln tues eve, and caught a 1lb bullhead and a 2 lb channel on liver. (was too late to get shad)
 

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Well, it takes lots of timem patience, knowledge, etc... You can set up a small pocket infrared neonucleaur optromical bipolar heat sensing thermo lined lazer and bounce it off the largest satelite in the Southnorthern hemisphere of the moon and then ..........................

OR, just got to this site: http://waterdata.usgs.gov/oh/nwis/rt ;) :D Click on the river or creek that you want info on. Have fun, it's a cool site.
 

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Here, try this one then: http://www.usgs.gov/

This is the general one. I think you'll click the icon for Ohio and your in.
 
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