Northeast Pennsylvania Fish Report – January 15th, 2016

Lake Sylvan (Luzerne County) — Ray’s Guide Service reported Jan. 1 that nice-size crappies and perch were hitting grubs and small inline spinners, as well as shiners and other live baits through the end of December, when a cold front moved in. 

Muncy Creek (Sullivan County) — Trout were active through the end of December, with anglers reporting success on gold-beaded spinners.

Lake Wallenpaupack (Pike County) — Striped bass up to 24 inches were reported, with one angler having success on a plug suspended with weights. Smallmouth bass in nice sizes were reported on silver spoons in 25 to 30 feet over the creek channel, 

Shohola Lake (Pike County) — Perch were reported caught through the end of December. 

Lackawanna Lake (Lackawanna County) — Bluegills and crappies were reported on tiny ice jigs tipped with waxworms through the end of December, when cold weather moved in.

Delaware River (Wayne, Monroe counties) — Some smallmouth bass and walleyes were reported through the end of December. Walleyes were mostly running small.

Lake Winola (Wayne County) — Large perch and bluegills were hitting until the cold front moved in Jan. 1, with anglers reporting success on grubs and small jigs in 16 to 20 feet of water.

Categories: North East, Pennsylvania Fishing Reports

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *