Southeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report – December 4th, 2015

Susquehanna River (Cumberland County) — Nice-size smallmouth bass were reported under bridges near City Island, with crayfish pattern lures productive. Anglers also were reporting smallmouths, catfish, and an occasional walleye. 

Laurel Lake (Cumberland County) — Anglers were catching recently-stocked trout on spinners and red worms as of Nov. 18. 

Raystown Lake (Huntingdon County) — Anglers had success in recent weeks trolling for striped bass and lake trout, with live alewives and fallfish the tickets. Falling water levels provided more shoreline access. Anglers were catching yellow perch in the Coffee Run area, with live bait fished 12 to 18 inches under bobbers effective.

Juniata River — Anglers were starting to catch walleyes in mid-November, when water was low. 

Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County) — As of Nov. 18, TCO Fly Shop reported water was clear and in the 50s and a good trout bite. Nymphing was the best bet, although fish also were rising to blue-winged olives (20-22) and the occasional caddis (16-18). Midges (20-24) also were hatching.

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