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Tackle Talk for the week of June 23

Old Trail Tackle & Sports Tackle Talk

The Susquehanna River is a little high from recent rain upstream.  Walleye fishing has picked up a little below the Adam Bower Dam.  Anglers  are reporting nice walleye caught a various locations this week on Blue Fox silver spinners and large live shiners.  Fishing has been best in the deep water and along the shorelines.  Channel and flathead catfishing has been good in an around the Hoover's Island areas.  Prepared catfish dip baits and large live nightcrawlers are the baits of choice.  Trout fishing has been fair at Raymond B. Winter Lake.  Gold mealworms, waxworms and Berkley powerbait paste in spring green or white are producing some nice fish.  At Buffalo Lake the crappie and perch are very active.  Small rubber twisters and live redworms are your best baits for good hook-ups.  Walker Lake and Lake Chillisquaque at Montour Preserve have also been producing well.  March browns, sulphurs, slate drakes and black or tan caddis have been coming off various streams.  The pressure is off in most areas and earlier high water has left a lot of trout in most streams.

Photo Details: Scott Mowery caught this 46” muskie on the west branch of the Susquehanna River. Congratulations on another great catch!

 



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