North Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – June 19th, 2015
Penns Creek (Snyder, Union counties) — Sulphurs (16-18) were lingering through early June. Trout were hitting Green Weenies during the day and Green Drake duns and spinners in the evenings through early June.
Spring Creek (Centre County) — TCO Fly Shop reported plenty of topwater action as of June 7, and good nymphing when fish weren’t rising. Sulphers (14-16) were winding down, but still hatching under midday cloud cover or later in the day under sunny skies. Anglers were encouraged to try casting Tan Caddis (14-16) to rising fish. Blue-winged olives (18-22) and midges (22-26) were also hatching.
Joseph Foster Sayers Reservoir (Centre County) — With the crappie spawn over, most crappies had returned to deeper water by early June. The bluegill bite in the shallow areas had increased, with redworms under bobbers effective. Some bass and catfish were reported in the evening hours.
Black Moshannon Lake (Centre County) — Bluegills were hitting in the boat access areas, with minnows or redworms around weedbeds effective. Bass were reportedly released on spinners and rubber worms.
Black Moshannon Creek/Bald Eagle Creek (Centre County) — Trout were reported on a variety of flies and artificials cast to the deeper holes.
Fishing Creek (Clinton County) — Trout were hitting Green Weenie nymphs during early morning hours. Trout were biting Caddis, Sulphur, and Green Drake patterns in the evening.