I went back to Metzger's Marsh in Bono, OH Thursday morning for the second day in a row. I figured the biting would be much the same as Wednesday morning and early afternoon was. To start, it wasn't for the most part. I got there about 8:15AM after making a couple stops and getting some minnows on the way there. The biting was few and far between the spot I was at, which was about 30 or so feet further down the end of the pier where I was on Wednesday. I used a minnow under about a foot and a half below a bobber and my medium action pole cast out about 25 yards with a minnow. What bites I was getting were very, VERY light. A guy fishing with his two daughters caught a gobie before leaving around 10AM or so. They were using waxworms and panfish worms. By this time I tried nighcrawlers cast out about 25 yards on my heavy action, my ultra light pole with waxworms, and still all the same-very light bites that would strip you of your bait. About 11AM or so a woman who regularly fishes the pier that I saw the day prior suggested I tried closer to the bend of the pier where she usually fishes and try my luck there, so I took her suggestion and figured I'd give it a try because it was either that or call it a day. Once there I was fishing the other side of the pier from her, with her using minnows. She was going straight down with one pole and cast out about 20-25 yards out. I decided to try minnows about 40 yards out on my heavy action, but once I caught a boat on that I decided to go with my medium action with minnows out about 20 yards. While re-rigging my heavy action pole I did have a heavy strike on the medium action, but I wasn't able to bring it in. I'm figuring it to be a sheephead the way it was rocking my pole off my tackle box I was using as a prop, but it very well have been a carp or even catfish. I decided to keep the medium action cast out and try my waxworms and ultralight combo around 1PM since the minnows under a bobber at this spot wasn't getting much action. I think I'm having this place figured out, because I was killing the bluegills at that spot. When the dust settled and the smoke cleared, I ran through about 2 dozen bluegills, and caught about 25-30 bluegills. I'd love to tell you an exact amount, but honestly I lost track after a caught the first dozen or so. Not only were they bluegills, but most of them were NICE gillies! Let's put it this way, I kept more then I threw back and the size of my hand if not bigger. I took home about 18 bluegills, and when I called it a day about 3:45PM they were still biting. Only reason I left when I did was because I knew I had a mess o' gills to clean and almost 40 minute drive home and do a few other things around the ol' apartment. The lady that I was fishing with caught a sheephead about 2PM or so, switched sides to fish some feet away from me and while fishing straight down with her perch rig caught small white perch around 2:30PM, then called it a day about a half hour before I did.