The Susquehanna River has been up and down several inches this week but it remains to be seen if any of the storms that may hit the northern part of the state will affect the river here. Smallies are still hitting some surface lures at times, such as Smithwick Devils Horse, Heddon Tiny and Baby Torpedoes and Gaines Crippled Killer's are working well. Walleye catches have been good in several places but sporadic in others. The lures of choice for walleye have been Rapala Glass Raps in various colors. All baits should be fished slow and close to the bottom for good walleye hook-ups. Channel and flathead cats have been hitting late at night in the deeper holes at some of the better locations. Large live shiners have been the bait of choice. Some nice crappie are being caught at some of the area lakes on small rubber grubs in various colors. Some nice bass are also being caught at Faylor Lake on Scum Frog lures and rubber Squirmin Lizards. Muskie action has been picking-up at some of the popular locations. Anglers are reporting all trout streams are fishable and in good shape. Large live nightcrawlers and small No.20 or No. 22 flies are catching some nice trout.