Re: March Steelhead : Ohio Steelhead Alley or NY Salmon River?
I run into the guys from Chagrin River outfitters pretty frequently on the streams. I've never used their guide service but when I do see them, they always stop to talk and compare notes and flies. If you only have two or three days to fish, you might want to take into account that if we get a heavy rain it could take two to four days for the rivers in Ohio to become fishable again. If that happens then the Pennsylvania streams become an option as they are smaller and usually clear in a day or two. Pennsylvania won't have an overabundance of fish but it could save an otherwise washed out trip. I know the Salmon River in NY takes quite a lot of rain to become unfishable (dam controlled).