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South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – October 10th, 2014

Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County) — Topwater baits were taking largemouth and smallmouth bass in the early morning hours in late September when surface water temperatures were running 70 to 72 degrees.

Raystown Branch of the Juniata River (Huntingdon County) — Rock bass were hitting in late September.

Swatara Creek (Dauphin County) — Panfish were hitting on artificials and red worms from the county line to Keller Field. 

Juniata River (Juniata County) — Cooler temperatures have spurred the smallmouth bass bite, with dark tubes the ticket, and jerkbaits worked near the surface also productive.

Juniata River (Perry County) — Channel catfish were hitting on cut bait in late September. 

South Branch Codorus Creek (York County) — Smallmouth bass were hitting spinners in gold or silver in late September.

Lake Clarke (York County) — Safe Harbor Water Power Corp. planned to draw down the water level above Safe Harbor Dam beginning Oct. 8.

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