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Susquehanna River Fishing

Approximately 444 miles long, almost 2 miles wide at it's widest point, and predated at over 300 million years old, the mighty Susquehanna River is the longest river in the eastern United States.  Spanning New York, Pennsylvania, and northern Maryland the ria of the Susquehanna River provides half of the freshwater inflow to the Chesapeake Bay.  The Susquehanna River provides countless opportunities to anglers for walleye, pike, muskellunge, perch, large mouth bass, and striped bass but is most notably recorded as a world class fishery for small mouth bass.

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Endless Mountains; Tunkhannock, PA

 

 

The Fall Bite

"Best of all, he loved the fall" - Ernest Hemingway

 

 

Harrisburg Area

 

 

Catfish

   
   
   
   

 

 

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