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March 30, 2007
9:16 pm
Twinkle-Toes
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I am on spring break this upcoming weeek and we are going to my cabin. I was wondering what i should use on the susquehanna while fishing from the bank and how i should approach thngs. What color, lures , etc.. i should try. Any help would be appreciated and i will be fishing up near Towanda in Bradfrod county just to let u know. Thanks ???

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March 31, 2007
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Hey MDX , Afew of the guys that fish the Susky use Chartrues or flo orange colors . Minnow baits are a good choice also try a few bucktail spinners. Towanda is a very good spot to try look for deeper water around bridge pillings or any slack eddie water good luck Matt L

March 31, 2007
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thanks for the tip and any more would be appreciated from anyone

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March 31, 2007
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This week may be very tough. The river is 12.59 in Wilkes Barre and I like to fish the Susquehanna from 3-5 feet.

In normal water conditions, in late Marxch I would recommend suspending twitch baits, jerk baits and bull dawgs. The water should still be cold, in the 40's I would suspect.

Good luck

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