South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – August 2nd, 2013

Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County) — As of July 21, water was a little higher than usual for summer and in the upper 60-degree range. Anglers are reminded to carry a thermometer and avoid fishing trout streams when water hits 70 degrees, because fish have trouble breathing in warm water, and can die from stress of being hooked and handled regardless of how quickly they are released. As conditions allowed, some dry fly action on caddis, slate drakes and terrestrials was reported. Hatches included blue-tan caddis (14-16) and slate drakes (12-14).

Categories: Pennsylvania Fishing Reports, South (Central)

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