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Northeast Pennsylvania Fish Report – July 3rd, 2015

Susquehanna River (Wyoming County) — Despite high flow, bass anglers reported nice catches on the opening day of bass season.  

Lake Winola (Wyoming County) — Nice catches of smallmouth bass and trout were reported, with anglers reporting the best bites in the early morning and evening hours. 

Lake Wallenpaupack (Pike County) — Ray Cichocki of Ray’s Guide Service reported June 21 that smallmouth and largemouth bass were hitting well on buzzbaits and plastic worms in 10 to 15 feet. Good walleye and striped bass bites were hitting at night. Bluegills and perch were biting around vegetation in 8 to 12 feet on vegetation, with crankbaits effective on the bigger bluegills. 

Lake Greeley (Pike County) — Chain pickerel dominated through mid-June, with a variety of baits effective. 

Harveys Lake (Luzerne County) — Ray’s Guide Service reported big brown trout hitting on live bait, trolled. 

Prompton Dam (Pike County) — Ray’s Guide Service said largemouth and smallmouth bass were hitting, and yellow perch were taking small paddletail grubs.

Francis Slocum Lake (Luzerne County) — Nice numbers of bass, perch and crappies were reported as of June 21. 

Lackawanna Lake (Lackawanna County) — Largemouth bass in mixed sizes were hitting plastic  worms on this Big Bass Program lake.

Duck Harbor Lake (Wayne County) — Crappies and perch were reported as of June 21

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