Southeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report – September 28th, 2012

Lehigh River (Lehigh County)

Nice numbers of smallmouth bass and a few trout were reported in recent weeks. The smallmouths were running small.

Little Lehigh River (Lehigh County)

Tricos were hatching in the late mornings.

Jordan Creek (Lehigh County)

The deeper holes near Kerns Dam and Wehrs Dam were yielding catfish in recent weeks.

Blue Marsh Lake (Berks County)

Mixed success was reported, with some anglers catching bass, crappies and catfish in recent weeks.

Nockamixon Lake (Berks County)

An average bass bite was reported on lipless crankbaits, soft plastics and buzzbaits with bright colors working well on overcast days, and darker colors productive on sunny days. Catfish anglers were doing well from shore on chicken livers, crawlers and other typical baits.

Lake Towhee (Berks County)

Fishing has become very difficult here because weeds are a problem at this lake, and shore access is limited.

Delaware River (Bucks County)

Smallmouth bass were hitting on crankbaits and tubes, while flathead catfish were reported around Riegelsville and Bulls Island. Some were caught on chucks of sunfish and chicken livers.

Categories: Pennsylvania Fishing Reports, South East

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