Fished the stretch of the scioto between 161 and Glick Road last night. Got out around 5:30, started my routine of bouncing white twister tail jigs against the bottom in an ultra slow retrieve for eyes as two years ago I did great in this stretch, but had yet to return. Water was pretty stained, I couldn't see my bright white shoes in waist deep (3 foot) water. The current in spots just north of 161 was pretty fast, but still very fishable in the tail waters, yet fast enough to make me lose my footing twice. Shocking, no debris or twigs tripping my feet up on the bottom. As I got further north in the evening the current really died down. From 5:30 till 8 I hadn't managed much except for a skunk and three mosquito bites. From 8 pm till 9:15 I hit 5 Small mouth, 3 at 9-10 inches, two at 11-12 inches. 4 came on the white twister tails, 1 came on a glass perch HJ 8 during the pause in the jerk. The four caught with tails where all caught at 1-2 foot drops offs over top of rocks bringing the jig back for the surface climb. The biggest Smallie I caught less than 10 feet from my feet. All others hit the last half of my retieve as well. All fish but one jumped, always fun to catch. If the bottom was flat, I wasn't catching anything. Also managed to catch one rock bass. After that, I had to get home, the UFC had started, but I DVR'ed it. had a nice 45 minute down stream power walk though All fish were Catch, photo, release as I was fishing for saugeyes, not smallies. That's sometimes how the ball rolls. Here's some pics of the two biggest smallies and the rock bass. Here's the 12 incher: This one I thought it was a saugeye when it was in the water, had a strange skin pattern similar to an eye, and didn't jump. This one was right at 11. The rock bass. Thought it was a hog Also, first smallie was my 100th fish of the season.