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This is Tackle Talk for the week of August 14th

Old Trail Tackle & Sports Tackle Talk

The Susquehanna River is low, and some areas have a moss problem.  Anglers wading and covering a lot of territory are doing well with catching smallmouth bass.  Old Trail Salted Tubes in smoke/blue flake, black/red flake and War Eagle spinner baits in various colors are producing well.  Walleye has picked up at some of the popular areas.  Several nice walleye were caught this week on Cotton Cordell Big Os in smokey Joe and crawdad colors.  White Deer and Muncy Creek anglers have reported some success, even though the water is low with live butterworms, waxworms and small Mepp’s spinners being the baits of choice.  Raymond B. Winter Lake has been good this past week.  The bait that have been working well for the past several weeks have been Berkley Power Bait in lime twist and corn flavors.  With the hot and humid weather channel cats and flatheads are hitting well in most areas. Real chicken livers, live nightcrawlers and 4-inch sunfish are the baits of choice.  Crappie fishing has been good at Walker Lake, Faylor Lake and Little Buffalo Lake, small tubes, spinnerbaits and Berkley Power Bait has been working well.  Some of the top producing lures this week have been, Arbogast Jitterbugs, Hula Poppers, Heddon Torpedos, Lucky 13 and Smithwick Devil’s Horse.


Photo Details:
Kimy Brought caught this 13 inch 1.5 pound bass at Faylor Lake on worms. Congrats Kimy!!


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