Northeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report – June 3rd, 2016

Susquehanna River (Luzerne, Columbia counties) — Rainfall caused high, muddy conditions in mid-May and made for light angling pressure and few reports on smallmouth bass and walleyes. The confluences with creeks offered a little clearer water.  

Lake Wallenpaupack (Pike County) — Striped bass and brown trout were hitting mid-May for anglers slow-trolling live bait in deep water. 

Belmont Lake (Wayne County) — Perch and crappies were hitting on jigs and live bait in mid-May. 

White Oak, Miller Pond (Wayne County) — Seasons, sizes, and creel limits remained in effect as of mid-May, and  anglers were catching crappies on pinheads from the shoreline and near boat docks in the region.

Lake Winola (Wyoming County) — Bass and nice-sized blue gills were reported in mid-May.

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