Good walleye fishing attracts southwest anglers – Southentral Region Report

Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County)

Water was at an ideal level, clear and in the 50s May 13, a few sulphurs (14/16) were hatching along with tan caddis (14/16). Nymphing with sulphur nymphs or caddis larva patterns was productive.

Lakes Marburg and Pinchot, Long Arm Dam (York, Adams counties)

All three were yielding bass on plastics, with Marburg the most productive. Marburg also was producing numbers of crappies and white perch.

Manada Creek (Dauphin County)

Trout were hitting on live minnows, and rock bass on Muskrat nymphs.

Categories: Pennsylvania Fishing Reports, South (Central)

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