Anglers fishing Pymatuning Reservoir are hitting on smallmouth bass, with a few largemouth bass catches being reported as well. The walleye bite has slowed but fishermen are still catching them, albeit mostly at night. The strategy for picking up the walleye appears to be drifting crawler harnesses, per reports. As usual, there is a solid deal of catfish swimming the reservoir’s waters.
Raccoon Lake is becoming a hot spot for largemouth bass and panfish. Live bait such as worms is the preferred method for fishermen. Trout catches are not coming in at a rapid pace but they are slow and steady. At Twin Lakes, anglers are enjoying solid results while trolling for trout. According to reports, paste baits appear to be working well.
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