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Northeast Pennsylvania Fish Report – April 24th, 2015

Prompton Dam (Wayne County) — As of April 11, conditions created an “in-between’’ time for anglers, who found a little remaining ice and too little open water to boat. Ray’s Guide Service reported a few crappies and bluegills were caught.

White Oak, Duck Harbor ponds (Wayne County) — Bluegills, crappies, perch and bass were reported in early April. Duck Harbor’s perch were hitting near the boat launch, midafternoon.

Susquehanna River (Luzerne County) — Some catfish were reported on bucktail jigs and minnows from shore in high, muddy water around the Tunkannock Falls.

Delaware River — Bass were released in recent weeks.

Mahoning, Lizard creeks (Carbon County) — Cold windy weather and high water levels on the regional opening day of trout season resulted in some disappointing catch rates, but the bite improved the following day as flow returned to normal and weather improved. Trout, including golden trout up to 23 inches, were reported on paste baits, live minnow, wax worms and night crawlers. Yields were low on Youth Mentored Trout Fishing Day on March 28 when frigid conditions impacted angling pressure. A few trout were reported on minnows and pastebaits

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