Fished the Ohio River, Cannelton-Newburgh, this weekend. Landed my personal best, a 38lb blue, off the end of an island with cut shad on a circle hook. Other than that we caught three cats, nothing real big, so fishing was tough. We were rained on all Friday day and night, but we sure as heck got a fire going that night nonetheless, which made it the best fire ever created. And I don't know how you Ohio River vets handle that current! My bro and I were anchored in front of a parked barge when a tree punched us into the logjam. We tried and tried to pull our anchor but couldn't, so we cut the rope. Luckily, we got out safe and found a trusty cinder block on the island we camped on to use as a makeshift anchor. I knew the water level rose, but I figured only maybe four feet. Well, it was a bit than that. We hadn't been back to the truck for three days, and when we made it back to the launch, a search and rescue team was about to deploy in search of US! What a trip. Apparently the locals called since our vehicle had sat there all this time, and water had risen enough to threaten it. lol. I used the following site before I left on Friday, and it said that the level was going to be around the 16ft mark by sunday. http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=lmk&gage=cnni3&view=1,1,1,1,1,1 Hello! Does anyone know of a more accurate site online that predicts river levels?