SC Region Reports
REGION COUNTIES -- Adams, Bedford, Blair, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lebanon, Mifflin, Perry, York (County Guide)
september 13, 2017
Walleye run is imminent in the Susquehanna
River; water temperatures need to drop to around 65 degrees before the
action picks up. A few Walleye in the 19-inch range have been caught by
anglers near York Haven. A six-inch steel leader is helpful when fishing
low river waters to prevent losing expensive lures on jagged rocks.
fall stocking of adult trout on Laurel
Lake is set for Wednesday, November 8th, 2017.
on the Susquehanna River are
catching Smallmouth Bass in the early morning and late in the day using top
minnows are working well at Memorial
Lake to catch Largemouth Bass, Pickerel and Crappie.
/ Mifflin Counties
water level on the Juniata River is
low; kayaking is the popular way to navigate during this time. Wade fishing is
successful with nice Smallmouth Bass being caught. Remember launch permits are
required to use PFBC accesses.
September 6, 2017
are catching Smallmouth Bass on the Juniata
River using assorted plastic, jerk and live baits.
Channel and Flathead Catfish are also being caught on cut bait.
Woleslagle on the Juniata River with
a 30 inch Flathead Catfish caught on cut bait.
on the Juniata River is excellent
right now. Anglers are catching nice
Smallmouth Bass on assorted plastic baits which include 4 inch worms, tubes and
minnow designs. Live baits are also
working for Smallmouth Bass which include hellgrammites and stonecats.
Johnson with a nice Smallmouth Bass caught out of the Juniata River.
on Lake Marburg are catching Black
Crappie and White Perch on live minnows, worms and swimbaits. Sunfish and other
small panfish are hitting under the bridges and in the coves.
Anglers on Long Arm
Reservoir are catching Largemouth Bass on topwater lures around the banks. Panfish are biting at the boat launch area
on Lake Redman and Lake Williams are catching bass,
crappie and catfish.
continues to be productive on the Susquehanna
River. Anglers are having success
with liver, worms and shrimp.
Bass and Bluegill are being caught using live bait and plastics at Orrtanna Pond.
stocking of the Special Regulation Fly
Fishing Only Section of the Conewago
Creek is quickly approaching. The
stocking is scheduled for October 3rd. Details regarding stockings can be found on
Reports compiled by Adam Spangler (firstname.lastname@example.org), Southcentral Regional Education Specialist, using information provided by Waterways Conservation Officers, Area Fisheries Managers and other PFBC staff.