→ Monster catfish stalking Susquehanna River, monster-stalker tells crowd at Great American Outdoor Show – PennLive.com
Will the Susquehanna eventually offer up a 100+ pound Shovelhead Cat to rival the current world record? I certainly hope so.
… Young flatheads are also cannibalistic, a fact which has largely precluded their presence in aquaculture.
Inhabiting deep pools, lakes, and large slow-moving rivers, flathead catfish are popular among anglers; their flesh is widely regarded as the tastiest of the catfishes. Their size also make the flatheads effective subjects of public aquaria.
For hundreds of years in Lancaster County, one of the most anticipated and important times of the year was when shadbush and bloodroots bloomed.
That was when millions of migratory American ...
→ Five things you won't want to miss at the Great American Outdoor Show - LancasterOnline
Here's the link: greatamericanoutdoorshow.org. There are over 1100 vendors at the show! You can see a ...
→ SNYDER: Invasive flathead catfish has become a Susquehanna favorite - York Dispatch.
The article mentions a 40 lb specimen as being the record size catch for the state. But according to ...
Click here for a map of where to park and how to get to the best area for exploring the potholes and rock formations. The best time to go is ...
The Susquehanna River offers plenty of places to fish, but there are plenty of other spots to cast a line.
Source: 10 great places to go fishing in Lancaster County - ...
Shad once were so plentiful in the Susquehanna River that their spring migration upstream to spawn “caused the river to rise several feet in waves.” Hundreds of fishermen sold shad ...
Shad wars: A long, violent period in Lancaster County over a fish in the Susquehanna
Five things you won’t want to miss at the Great American Outdoor Show
Invasive flathead catfish has become a Susquehanna favorite
PHOTOS | Conewago Falls Potholes near Falmouth, PA – Susquehanna River Set I
10 great places to go fishing in Lancaster County
When fishermen fought over Susquehanna shad