South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – September 11th, 2015

Susquehanna River (York County) — Channel and flathead catfish were reported from York Haven downstream to Wrightsville. The flatheads were biting live bait, such as bluegills and small suckers.  

Lake Marburg, Pinchot Lake (Adams, York counties) — As of Aug. 26, bass were biting at both destinations. 

Conodoguinet Creek, Yellow Breeches, Sherman’s Creek (Cumberland County) — Smallmouth bass, including many sublegals, were reported in the lower reaches of the Breeches, Sherman’s and in the Conodoguinet. Also hitting were sunfish and the occasional largemouth bass, with spinners, bucktail jigs and soft plastics such as twisters and tubes effective. The Breeches also was yielding trout on nymphs and other wet flies (16-18).

Juniata River (Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata, Perry counties) —Nice-size smallmouth bass were hitting soft plastics and live bait such as hellgrammites and stone cats in recent weeks. A 41-inch muskie also was released. Channel catfish were coming on cut baits, crawlers and crayfish.

Holman Lake (Perry County) —Panfish were reported in the deeper water in recent weeks, with crawlers and other small live baits productive in 8 to 10 feet. 

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