North Branch Susquehanna River (Bradford, Sullivan counties) — Despite high, muddy water of early to mid-July, bass were active, and hitting on bright-colored crankbaits.
Griffin Pond (Lackawanna County) — Bluegills, bass, chain pickerel, and rock bass were reported, along with crappies biting pinheads or small jigs under bobbers.
Upper Woods Pond (Wayne County) — A late afternoon bite on largemouth and smallmouth bass was reported through mid-July.
Prompton Dam (Wayne County) — Walleyes were hitting live bait through mid-July
Miller, White Oak ponds (Wayne County) — Crawlers under bobbers were producing bass at Miller, while White Oak was yielding panfish.
Hunters Lake (Sullivan County) — Bass were hitting through mid-July.
Susquehanna River (Luzerne, Columbia counties) — High, fast water prevailed through early July, making for tough fishing, although some anglers found success using live bait at the mouths of the tributaries and others were catching catfish at night on shrimp, liver, and clams.
Lily Lake, FEW Reservoir (Luzerne County) — Bass and panfish were hitting through mid-July, but trout were deep and the bite had slowed.