The Susquehanna River has been producing some nice fish of all species this past week. The water levels are up a little from recent rains and the temperatures are dropping and some good walleye and smallmouth bass fishing has been picking up at the Adam Bower Dam and the PP&L dam on the Sunbury side. There have been some walleye caught in the 20-inch range in these areas mostly at late night and early morning. The baits of choice for walleye have been live medium shiners, Rapala glass shad rap in various colors and Heddon Sonar blade baits. There have also been some nice smallies caught recently on the river mostly along the edges of fast water. Storm Wiggle Warts, Thunder Cranks, and large live nightcrawlers are the baits of choice for smallies. Try different colors each day for bass or walleye because the river has been constantly changing everyday. Anglers are reporting good fishing at Walker Lake, Little Buffalo Lake, and Faylor Lake with all species being caught on various types of bait. Muskie action is starting to pick up at the popular locations as the water becomes cooler.
Photo Details: Bill Robinson caught this huge pike fishing the St. Lawerence. Great catch Bill! Congratulations!