The Susquehanna River came up quite a bit and is very murky from recent rain. As it settles back down the walleye fishing should pick up for the hardy angler who can brave the higher water and cooler temperatures. Walleye fishing has been good below the PP&L dams on both sides of the river. Anglers are reporting walleyes are above average size. Large twist grubs in smoke, chartreuse and yellow along with medium live shiners are a good choice in the dirtier water. As it starts to clear, smoke, motor oil, and Wobble Jigs in white or chartreuse tipped with a medium shiner will work well. Muskie action has been steady at the popular locations from Adam Bower Dam south to Hoover’s Island. All local lakes are producing well with all species of fish being caught on popular lures and live bait. As soon as the river settles down the winter angling should pick up again and be very productive.