Susquehanna River — Bass up to 18-plus inches were reported on spinnerbaits, stickbaits, swimbaits, and tubes through early November. Walleyes up to 20 inches also were reported on stickbaits and swimbaits, with falling water temperatures expected to spur the bite more. Large flathead catfish continued to hit on live bait, and numbers of sunfish were reported on jigs and minnows.
Yellow Breeches Creek (Cumberland County) — Trout were hitting from lower Allen Township Park to Messiah College.
Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County) — Largemouth and smallmouth bass were hitting spoons, vertically jigged.
Juniata River (Huntingdon County) — The walleye bite was heating up in falling water temperatures. Bass were hitting around the Newton Hamilton area.
Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County) — Flow was low in early November, and caddis (16-18) and Blue-Winged Olives (20-22) were generating some surface action. Pheasant Tail nymphs (14-16) were productive in the absence of a topwater bite.