Warm weather is heating up fishing

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Warm weather is heating up fishing

Alex Mullen holds a large mouth bass that he caught on Trax Pond.

Alex Mullen holds a large mouth bass that he caught on Trax Pond.

Photo credit: Alex mullen

Alex Mullen holds a large mouth bass that he caught on Trax Pond.

Photo credit: Alex mullen

Photo credit: Alex mullen

Alex Mullen holds a large mouth bass that he caught on Trax Pond.

Alex Mullen, Staff Writer

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The weather in Pennsylvania has been hot and great, and so has the fishing. Students all around school here at BPHS have been catching fish from left to right. In this week’s Hawk Eye fishing report, we will be covering what types of fish have been caught and what baits have been working.

We had the chance of asking the founder of flow.fish on Instagram, Jake Lindner, with this nice weather we’ve been having, how has fishing been for him?

“Slamming em’, the largemouth have been biting,  you just have to get out there and enjoy the outdoors!” said Lindner.

With that being said, you can’t go wrong with using a white or bright color chatter bait in murky water or early in the morning and at dusk. Soft plastics like senkos, finesse worms, and craw dads are also great when you are looking to slam the large mouth bass. Most bass have been caught right around where we live, in local ponds and lakes around Peters and other boarding communities.

Stay tuned for more updates of the Hawk Eye fishing report.

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