1. Details: Five Mile Point

    Perch through the ice

    1. Jonathan Chin 0
      Thank you for braving the bitter cold to bring us this report. It's good to know that someone has the guts to be out there.
  2. Details: Walleye with a Bucktail jig and half a crawler

    Two man limit

    1. Frank Moro 0
      The map, GPS and other information on here helped a ton. I mostly went off that and the info I got from Bartel Road Bait up there. We threw 1/4 ounce black and purple ...more bucktail jigs tipped with half a crawler.
    2. Ernie Siegel 0
      nice, i'll be up oneida next wednesday, thurs. and fri. mostly bass fishing out of oneida shores state park, i'd like to try for walleye though any tips ...more or info. would be helpful thanks, Ernie
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  3. My buddy thought he had a pig striper on, and after a 20 minute fish, this guy comes to the boat.

    17 lb. 34 in. Channel catfish with a Jerkbait

    1. Mark Polizzi 0
      Great Catch!
    2. Brian Sudul 0
      I woulda fillet's that pig....
    3. William Tregidgo 0
      Very nice fish. People hate the cats, but I love catching them this size...great sport fish
    4. Brian Sudul 0
      Nice work!!!! I was fishin bottom for cats the other day and nuttin...
    5. Christopher Pereira 0
      I've never caught one one a lure but I hear it sometimes. That's a giant, nothing wrong with that!
    6. Patrick Judge 0
      awesome to see someone else hitting the occasional catfish on a jerkbait...I've caught 2 on em and other guys look at me like im crazy when I say I got em on ...more the jerk...mine were good ones, 9 lbs and 12 lbs, but not this big...congrats!
    7. Tim Steinmetz 0
      That has to be one of the biggest channel cats I've seen. Great catch!
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  4. The striper and walleye bite is all but over, but the one eye I caught last night was this giant. This is my third 28", I can't break that 30" mark ...more for the wall!

    7 lb. 6 oz. 28 in. Walleye with a Jerkbait

    1. Brian Sudul 0
      WOW.. that's a slammer for sure.. Good Job
    2. Christopher Pereira 0
      Nice eye!
    3. Tim Steinmetz 0
      Awesome walleye!
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  5. Details: Simons Point

    Money after dark.

  6. Stripers on topwaters. Is there anything better?

    Stripers with a Rapala Skitter Walk

    1. William Tregidgo 0
      Thanks a bunch frank, I'll try that out this weekend and get back to you
    2. Frank Moro 0
      The technique takes both stripers and walleyes. That short topwater bite was just luck. Haha
    3. Frank Moro 0
      Leave the live bait at the bait shop and throw big jerkbaits up shallow after dark. A slow to medium retrieve is the ticket.
    4. William Tregidgo 0
      Last year I caught a 31-32 in non-hybrid striper, took off like a freight train. Heard a timer people have been catching them up to 40lbs this year. They are a hard ...more fish to catch though, very picky and unpredictable
    5. Bradley Powell 0
      i need to hook into one of them
    6. William Tregidgo 0
      I've been having trouble catching striper this year. I know they have been running strong but can't get them to bite live herring. Any suggestions?
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  7. The past couple weeks have been incredible shortly before and after dark.

    Walleye and stripers. with a Smithwick Rogue

    1. Frank Moro 0
      After dark with big jerkbaits up shallow. The bite will be over any day, though.
    2. William Tregidgo 0
      Been fishing Wallenpaupack my whole life, but never caught a walleye. Where and what bait should I use to get them?
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Wallenpaupack and NEPA water rat.


Fishing Favorites

  • Species Smallies, walleyes, and stripers.
  • Waterway Lake Wallenpaupack
  • Lure Whatever they're eating.

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