Susquehanna River (Dauphin County) — The fall bass bite turned on in recent weeks, with smallmouths up to 4-plus pounds reported. The walleye run started a little later than normal this fall, but nice numbers were showing up in early November, and hitting small baitfish-pattern lures and minnows.
Juniata River (Juniata County) — The smallmouth bite was productive in recent weeks, with shiners and stonecats the tickets. Artificials of choice were scented twister tails and dark-colored tubes.
Juniata River (Perry County) — River flow increased with water being let out of Raystown Dam in early fall. Bass were hitting hair jigs and tubes.
Holman Lake (Perry County) — Panfish were biting minnows or small crawlers in the deeper water at the start of November. Trout also were reported in this Buffalo State Park impoundment.
Lake Marburg, Pinchot Lake (York County) — Largemouth bass were reported on plastic crawlers and spinnerbaits.
Susquehanna River (York County) — Falling water temperatures spurred the walleye bite in recent weeks, with jigs and minnows or bright-colored twister tails productive. Flathead and channel catfish were reported on crawlers, chicken livers and small baitfish in recent weeks.
Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County) — Smallmouth and largemouth bass and lake trout were reported on spoons or jigs worked vertically.
Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County) — Water was low, clear and in the 50s as of Nov. 9. Tan Caddis (14-16) and Blue-Winged Olives (18-20) were hatching, along with midges (20-24) and Slate Drakes (12-14).