Summer is feast or famine on the Susquehanna with the bite usually early or late. Early morning and evening top water is where it’s at this time of the year. You can catch fish all day if you know what you are doing. Most fish this time of year will be in the deeper pools during the heat of the day, but there are always catchable fish shallow. Look for chunk rock in semi deep water, 4-6 feet, to find large smallmouths. These fish can be coaxed from under the rocks with tubes, flukes and small crankbaits.
As we move into the winter months, go out and take advantage of the few remaining fishable days left. There are plenty of fish to be caught.
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