The Susquehanna River is producing fairly well with all species of fish caught by the persistent angler. Colder weather and hunting season has lowered the number of fishermen but they are still getting some walleyes and muskies. They are picking up walleyes below both dams on jigs and 3-1/2 inch twisters sometimes tipping them with live nightcrawlers and shiners. Old Trail salted tubes in various colors and Rapala X rap lures are also a good choice. There has been activity on the trout streams with waxworms, redworms, and small flies working best. Walker and Faylor Lakes have been producing well. Muskie anglers are reporting many sightings in clear water and some nice catches for fishermen who have the time and skill to pursue these fish. Some of the better lures have been Yum Ten Killer tubes, Windels Muskie Snacks, and Swim Whizz 7 inch Rattling lures in various colors. There have been large numbers of flatheads caught from Shady Nook to Hoover’s Island. The baits of choice have been large sunfish.