Lehigh River — As of June 3, nice-size rainbow and brown trout up to 20 inches were reported near Bowmanstown, where water had been recently stocked by a local sportsmen’s club. The slower moving pools of the river were yielding catfish and eels during the evening hours.
Mauch Chunk Lake (Carbon County) — Boat and shore anglers were catching crappies, bluegills, chain pickerel and bass. Crappies were hitting off boat launch A, with small jigs tipped with a crawler or minnow effective.
Beltzville Lake (Carbon County) — Striped bass and walleyes were reported during the early morning and evening hours. Through early June. The stripers were hitting chicken livers while the walleyes were taking stickbaits or jigs tipped with a live minnows. A good bass bite was reported in the upper reaches near Preachers Camp.
Susquehanna River — Walleyes were reported by anglers fishing leadheaded jigs tipped with twister tails or leeches. Catfish were reported at night.
Nuangola Lake, Lily Lake (Luzerne County) — Some nice perch and panfish were reported through early June. Lily also was yielding bass, chain pickerel and trout.
Prompton Dam (Wayne County) — Crappie anglers were doing well on live bait and jigs.
Delaware River — Leeches, lampers and crawlers were taking walleyes in recent weeks.
West Branch of Delaware River — Fly-anglers were catching trout through early June.