Southcentral Region

Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County) – Striped bass are hitting on
surface lures against the shoreline at night. Lake trout are coming
on flutter spoons in 16 to 25 feet. Sizes are mixed in both
species. The lake was high and muddy in recent weeks, with water
near the dam the clearest.

Penns Creek, Little Juniata, Spring Creek, Fishing Creek (Union,
Huntingdon, Centre, Clinton counties) – Sulfur hatches were just
beginning on most streams in this region, while March browns were
hatching on Fishing and Penns creeks, in early May. The water below
Benner Springs on Spring Creek has been yielding some nice fish on
Cressbugs and Blue-Winged Olives.

Susquehanna River (Dauphin County) – Nice catches of walleyes
have been reported near the Red Hill Dam in recent weeks, with
anglers doing well on minnow- or crawler-tipped jigs. 

Yellow Breeches Creek (Cumberland County) – Water levels have
varied, with streamer conditions prevailing in recent weeks.

Cocolamus Creek, Lost Creek (Juniata County) – Nice catches were
reported of rainbow trout up to 24 inches on waxworms, redworms,
even corn.

Holman Lake (Perry County) – Nice catches of panfish on small
jigs (1/64 ounce) tipped with minnows or waxworms have been
reported in recent weeks. Anglers have been catching trout on
PowerBait from shore in early morning and late evenings.

Lions Lake (Lebanon County) – Trout have been caught in recent
weeks on live bait, spinners and PowerBait.

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