Southcentral Region

Lake Redman (York County) – Cooling weather spurred the white
crappie and bluegill bites in recent weeks, with vertical jigging
small hair jigs around off-shore structure producing some nice
catches.

Little Juniata River (Blair County) – Anglers were catching
trout on Pheasant Tail and Hare’s Ear nymphs, Green Weenies and
caddis larvae in low, clear conditions in recent weeks. For more,
visit www.tcoflyfishing.com

Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County) – Anglers were catching
numbers of lake trout, 3 to 10 pounds, on 35 to 45 feet deep,
trolling spoons in rainbow color and yellow and white, in early
November. They also were picking up the occasional striped bass, 10
to 20 pounds. Very few bass anglers were on the lake. Water was 52
degrees Nov. 5, which is a hair warmer than normal for this time of
year. For more, visit www.striper-guide.com

Letort Spring Run (Cumberland County) – Occasional blue-winged
olives were spotted in early November, but not many fish were
rising to them. Nymphs, such as Pheasant Tails and Cress bugs, were
far more productive. The occasional terrestrial pattern was still
working, but less so as water cooled. Streamers were productive.
Anglers were advised to avoid spawning browns on the redds.

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