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Susquehanna River Smallmouth Bass and Flathead Catfish

Capt. Dave Shindler
September 14, 2009
Susquehanna River - Freshwater Fishing Report

The Fall bite is certainly here. The Smallmouth Bass are biting well. Moving Baits like Spinerbaits, Topwaters and Swimbaits are getting the best reactions. War Eagle Screaming Eagle Spinnerbaits are my favorite for the fall in Mouse and all Chartreuse. Full Sized Zara Spooks are drawing some crushing strikes as well.

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The Flathead Catfish bite continues to be awesome. Many trips my clients are boating 20+ fish in a 5 hour trip. Quite a few 30+lb fish have been boated with many fish weighing greater than 20 lbs.

Live bait continues to be the best producer with fresh cutbait catching a few as well as some real nice Channel Cats to 13 lbs.

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I will continue to run both Smallmouth and Flathead trips through the fall till the Walleye bite picks up during the cold weather period.

Please call or email for available dates.


Target Species:

Smallmouth Bass and Flathead Catfish

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Susquehanna River Guided Smallmouth Bass and Flathead Catfish Trips. Come fish the best smallmouth river in the country for trophy Smallmouth Bass or Big Flathead Catfish. Our Guides are the best in the area and utilize high quality gear. Our guides will always give 110% to insure your success and make you day with us a memorable experience. Call today for available dates!! We are currently booking for Spring-Fall, 19' Fully Custom Jet Boat Available dates or References call (717)324 5769

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Susquehanna River Fishing Jst Fishin Guide Service
5200 N George St
Manchester, PA 17345
Phone: 717-324 5769
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