SC Region Reports
REGION COUNTIES -- Adams, Bedford, Blair, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lebanon, Mifflin, Perry, York (County Guide)
July 19, 2017
are catching some nice Smallmouth Bass on the Juniata River on plastic worms, tubes, spinner baits and live baits
(hellgrammites, crayfish and shiners).
Some catfish are also being caught at night on cut baits, shiners and
are catching panfish at Holman Lake. Small tubes with 1/64 oz jigs with light line
fished near any structure in the lake have been successful. Some Largemouth Bass are also being caught.
on the Juniata River are catching
nice Smallmouth Bass. Some late evening
top water action is occurring.
8-year-old angler Elias Rivello caught this White Perch on
July 11th, 2017 from Raystown Lake.
The fish was caught using a live alewife while striper fishing. The fish
was weighed on a certified scale and ties the current state record at 1lb 12oz.
The Perch measured 14 inches long and had a 11.5 inch girth. Elias was fishing
with his father Jim Rivello and a family friend.
July 12, 2017
Anglers are catching
nice Smallmouth Bass on the Juniata
River. Hellgrammites and stonecats
have been the baits of choice. River levels on the Juniata River continue to fluctuate. Anglers can check the water flow on the USGS
catching Channel Catfish and Flathead Catfish from the Mifflintown Access by
boat using live bait such as shiners, small panfish and cut baits. Some of these catfish have been greater than
Glenn caught this nice
Channel Catfish on the Juniata River
are catching Channel Catfish on Juniata
River. Cut baits and nightcrawlers are working well after sunset.
with a large Channel Catfish caught on the Juniata
River just above Millerstown.
catching Crappie with live bait and Hybrid Striped Bass with chicken liver at Pinchot Lake.
Anglers on Lake Marburg are catching Bluegill and
White Perch under the bridges using live bait and soft plastics.
Catfish and Walleye
are being caught at Long Arm Reservoir
by trolling the bottom of the lake in the early evenings.
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.