North central Pennsylvania Fish Report – December 4th, 2015

Kettle Creek (Potter County) — Water was 45 degrees Nov. 18 and anglers were catching trout on minnows and streamer patterns. 

West Branch Susquehanna River (Lycoming County) — Walleyes were hitting on a variety of baits, as water temperatures dropped in mid- to late November. 

Rose Valley Lake (Lycoming County) — Panfish and bass were reported on crawlers and minnows in recent weeks.

Foster Joseph Sayers Dam (Centre County) — Bass were reported on green jigs and brown pumpkin-colored tubes. 

Spring Creek (Centre County) — Trout were reported in mid- to late November on olive and black streamers. Zebra midge patterns and other small nymphs also were productive.

Fishing Creek (Clinton County) — Trout were hitting Green Weenies, midge larvae, and other small nymphs in recent weeks. 

Penns Creek (Clinton County) — Water was in the 50s and had some color as of Nov. 18, according to TCO Fly Shop. The best trout bite was on nymphs early and late in the day. A Stonefly/Caddis tandem was recommended. Blue-Winged Olives were spotted occasionally on cloudy days. Other hatches included Tan Caddis (14-16), Midges (20-24), and assorted streamers (2-10).

Hamilton Lake (Tioga County) — As of Nov. 18, Don’s Tackle Shack was reporting nice catches of trout on waxworms. 

Pine Creek (Lycoming County) — Conditions were very good as of Nov. 18, and anglers were catching trout on streamers.  

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