North Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – June 22nd, 2012

Sayers Lake (Centre County)

Crappies and sunfish were reported on jigs and crawlers, and bass were being released around the lake. Numbers of large catfish were reported during in the evenings at both upper and lower greens on crawlers and chicken livers.

Colyer Lake (Centre County)

Sunfish, bass, and pickerel were hitting various artificials as well as live baits in recent weeks.

Black Moshannon Lake (Centre County)

Bass, pickerel and sunfish were reported in recent weeks.

Spring Creek (Centre County)

Water was a good level June 7 and slightly green. Caddis patterns and small basic nymphs were productive. Hatches included midges (22-26) and tan caddis (16-18).

Penns Creek (Union County)

High and off-color water was reported June 7, limiting dry fly action. Water was dark green. Nymphing with caddis larvae or stoneflies or fishing streamers was the best bet. Hatches included tan caddis (14-16), march browns/gray fox (10-14), orange craneflies (16), golden stoneflies (8-12), light yellow caddis (12-14), dark blue sedge (12), and a few giant stoneflies.

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