South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – June 7th, 2013

Juniata River (Huntingdon, Mifflin counties) — Smallmouth bass and catfish were reported.

Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County) — Water was low and very clear and in the 40s to 50s at the end of May. Dry fly fishing was possible with Tan Caddis and Sulphurs, but TCO Fly Shop said nymphing with caddis pupae and mayfly patterns was the better bet. Hatches included sulphurs (14-16), blue-winged olives (18-20), midges (20-24), tan caddis (14-16), and craneflies (16-18).

Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County) — Striped bass were chasing baitfish and hitting surface and subsurface stickbaits in recent weeks. Lake trout were caught on spoons cast or trolled. Panfish were hitting jigs and live bait around weed edges. Some walleyes were reported.

Pinchot Lake (York, Adams counties) — Crappies were hitting on yellow twister tails and minnows near the dam.

Lake Marburg (York County) — Largemouth bass were hitting spinnerbaits in all colors. A few northern pike were reported on live bait in the Black Rock area. Anglers trolling for walleyes reported success between the islands.

Conestoga River (Lancaster County) — Walleyes up to 24 inches were released in recent weeks.

Categories: Pennsylvania Fishing Reports, South (Central)

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