Anglers are reporting some very good fishing for this time of year at the Susquehanna River. Fishing action has been picked-up at the Adam Bower Dam, where some nice bass and walleye are being caught. Old Trail salted tubes in various colors and large live shiners are working well as the weather becomes warmer. From Hoover's Island and McKee's Falls, south to Liverpool, a fair number of walleye and smallmouth have been caught. Most walleye have been active in the early evening and baits of choice have been medium live shiners and Erie Dearie lures tipped with redworms. Smallies in the 3-pound range and up are being taken and medium live shiners, Old Trail salted tubes in smoke and motor oil colors, and 3 1/2 inch rubber twist grubs in the most common colors. Muskie action has also been picking up at some of the popular locations. Some of the better lures of choice for muskie have been Bomber Long-A-Mags in rainbow colors, Suick firetigers, and Mepps Muskie Killer spinners. With water conditions and temperatures on the rise, fishing activity will be increasing rapidly.