Northeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report – June 7th, 2013

Chemung River (Bradford County) — Anglers were releasing large carp in recent weeks.

Lehigh River (Carbon County) — The Bowmanstown Pool off the East Penn boat launch was yielding nice-size brown and rainbow trout up to 26 inches. A local club stocked trout for a lunker contest in mid-May.

Mauch Chunk Creek (Carbon County)  — Anglers benefitted from a local club stocking in mid-May, which provided numbers of nice trout.

Mauch Chunk Lake (Carbon County) — Bass and perch were active on minnows and crawlers through the end of May. Striped bass were active near the breast of the dam through May. Pier fishermen were catching numbers of catfish.

Pohopoco Creek (Carbon County) — Trout were still hitting in mid-May.

Lake Wallenpaupack (Pike County) — Numbers of bluegills, perch and bass were reported in recent weeks. While the walleye bite was slow, striped bass were biting on herring. Crappies turned on at the end of May and were striking fathead minnows. Stinkbaits were taking channel catfish. Anglers trolling shad raps were catching trout. Pickerel and bass also were biting.

Shohola Lake (Pike County) — Trout were still hitting PowerBait at the end of May. Panfish, crappies, pickerel and bass also were biting. 

Peck’s Pond (Pike County) — Bass and chain pickerel were reported on buzzbaits and spider tails. Crappies were reported on fathead minnows.

Little Mud Pond (Pike County) — Panfish were biting through the end of May.

Lackawaxen River (Pike County) — Brown trout up to 3 pounds were hitting  spoons through Hawley.

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