Susquehanna River Smallmouth and Flathead Catfish
Capt. Dave Shindler
October 5, 2009
Susquehanna River - Freshwater Fishing Report
The fishing on the Susquehanna is staying very consistent into the Fall. The Smallmouth are shiowing signs of feeding up. Jerkbaits and Spinnerbaits as well as Berkley Gulp baits are getting the most action.
The Flahead Catfish trips have been very consistent and the bigger fish are still biting well on live baits. Knock on wood, we have had fish over 20 lbs on every trip to date. Number vary from as little as 8 fish with 37 fish on the upper end of the success scale.
If you are looking to book a guided trip on the susquehanna for Smallmouth Bass, Catfish or Walleye,please call to check date availabilty.
We will continue to book trips through November or later if the weather holds. Winter time Walleye trips are available weather dependent.
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