Coho salmon biting in Wallace Lake
Coho salmon "are starting to bite", according to Mike Durkalec, aquatic biologist for Cleveland Metroparks.
Earlier this month, 300 were stocked in Wallace Lake. This lake is about two miles southeast of Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio.
Red worms and jigs under a float were baits for a couple of successful fisherman. Durkalec also suggested spoons and spinners.
Salmon are between one and two pounds each. Daily limit for salmon is one.
The best time to catch them? Try either 10 a.m. or 4 p.m., reported Durkalec. Wallace Lake is only open during daylight hours.
Rainbow trout is also being stocked and caught in Wallace Lake. Daily limit for trout is two.