Thursday, June 12, 2014

Delaware River bass Fishing

Smallmouth bass and channel catfish began to be cranked from Delaware River, Smallmouths are required to be released through Friday on the river and through Sunday at lakes. The river’s shad fishing was slowing down locally, but shad were still fought. Big Flatbrook fished well for trout, and lots of sulfurs hatched. Customers who trout mostly fish the Flatbrook. Lake fishing was hit or miss, depending on the lake. Largemouth bass and sometimes catfish and hybrid striped bass were pulled in, at lakes that held hybrids. Largemouths must be released through Sunday. Some still spawned, and some were finished spawning, depending on the lake.
Largemouth bass were spawning in lakes and should finish soon,They’re restricted to catch and release through Sunday, but customers hooked them best on Senkos and Keitechs. Top-waters failed to attract the bass much yet. Trout, leftover from spring stocking, continued to be angled from streams. Flies hatching should include sulfurs and gray foxes. Walleyes and hybrid striped bass were pasted on Lake Hopatcong. A variety of other fish like chain pickerel also chewed there. Smallmouth bass fishing should begin to amp up on Delaware River in warming water.

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