Trout-fishing conditions ideal, but water levels low – South Central Region Report

Long Arm Dam or Pinchot Lake (York County)

Nice releases of bass were reported in recent weeks.

Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County)

Crappies were reported all over the lake on small jigs or minnows fished under bobbers. One crappie weighed nearly 3 pounds.

Standing Stone Creek (Huntingdon County)

The Shope Farm is off the trout-stocking list this year, but adjacent Brown Farm will be stocked.

Juniata River (Huntingdon, Mifflin counties)

Nice-size smallmouth bass were reported near Newton Hamilton access and upstream.

Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County)

Water was low and clear in mid-April. Hatches included black midges, black stoneflies (12-18), blue-winged olives (18), and grannoms (14-16).

Holman Lake (Perry County)

Trout and panfish were reported in recent weeks, with trout hitting on the lower end and panfish on the upper part of the lake. 

Cocolamus Creek (Juniata, Perry counties)

Mason Keller, 15, caught a 26-inch brown trout on a crawler. 

Categories: Michigan Fishing Reports, South (Central)

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