Seth McCauley, Recreational Angler
- North East, Md
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Posted on June 14, 2011 | Permalink
Location: Susquehanna Flatts
I went out Thursday 6/9/11 around 4:00pm to the bridges at the mouth of the Susquehanna River with a friend Matt and used cut bait, bloodworm's, and a few live eels but only ended up with a catfish and being chased off the water by the storm that hit around 7:45pm. The water tempurature was 84 at Red Point and dropped to 79 in the Susquehanna River. When I went back out Saturday 6/12/11 at 7:00am with my uncle Parke John Jr. and brother-in-law Tim Falcioni we tried drifting the east edge of the flats off of Camp Rodney and also off Carpenters Point. I caught this largemouth bass as well as another catfish and my uncle caught 2 catfish (one on his first or second cast) and largemouth bass as well. We were using crank baits. The water is clearing up but still has a way to go. My uncle and I have caught a few very, very small rock fish during this open season. Hopefully our luck will pick up.