South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – June 8th, 2012

Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County)

Water was a little off-color but a nice level May 24. Temperature was in the 50s. Slate Drakes and a few sulphurs were still hatching, and Green Drakes were seen. Nymphing with sulphurs or caddis larvae was productive. Patterns included Tan Caddis (14-16), Sulphur (14-16), Craneflies (14-16), Green Drake (8-12), Slate Drake (12-14), Green Caddis (12-16).

Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County)

Kyle Robinson released a 27-inch, 10-pound striped bass on a topwater lure after dark.

Canoe Lake (Blair County)

Walleyes, crappies, muskies, trout and largemouth bass up to 5 pounds were reported through late May.

Lake Redman and Lake Williams (York County)

Productive panfishing was reported through late May.

Susquehanna River (York County)

Catfishing was productive around York Haven through late May, with anglers doing well on livers, shrimp and crawlers.

Pinchot Lake (York County)

A 49-plus inch muskie was caught in mid-May at this Pinchot State Park impoundment.

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