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South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – August 14th, 2015

Susquehanna River, Yellow Breeches Creek (York, Cumberland, Dauphin counties) ­— This year’s excellent white fly hatch peaked in late July, but was expected to last through early August. Numbers of bass were hitting on standard flies. Channel catfish also were active.

Juniata River (Juniata County) — Channel catfish, rock bass and smallmouth were reported, particularly in the morning and evening hours of late July.

Conowingo Reservoir (York County) — Walleyes and bass were reported through the end of July.

Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County) —Lake trout and yellow perch were reported during the midmorning hours of late July, while striped bass were biting best before dawn.

Juniata River (Perry County) —As conditions allowed, anglers were catching some bass through July’s end.

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