South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report - December 7th, 2012
Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County)
Low, clear conditions were reported just before Thanksgiving, with good clarity and temperatures in the 50s. Anglers were reminded to avoid wild trout during their spawn, taking extra care not to step into redds while wading
Public meeting scheduled to discuss regulations at Sayers Lake
The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission announced today (Feb. 8) that it will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 23, at Bald Eagle State Park in Centre County to discuss future angling regulations for crappies at Foster Joseph Sayers Lake.
Fewer birds migrating through Pennsylvania this year could be a good thing
Have migration patterns been affected by the weird weather or avian influenza?
A prickly problem in Pennsylvania – how to curtail damage done by porcupines
Pennsylvania game commissioners grapple with how to limit destruction caused by rodent.
Multi-species fisherman’s delight: the crankbait conundrum
Lipless or deep-diving, jointed or rattling, one things for sure in the crankbait world: color changes
Historic Pennsylvania bull elk on display
Giant bull poached in 2014 brought back to life by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
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