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REGION COUNTIES -- Adams, Bedford, Blair, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lebanon, Mifflin, Perry, York (County Guide)

​April 26, 2017

Dauphin County

Students at Williams Valley High School assisted with the stocking of trout in Clarks Creek.
York County
Fisheries Management surveyed Lake Marburg recently. Muskellunge, Tiger Muskellunge, Northern Pike, Black Crappie and an abundance of White Perch were recorded.  Our website will post the full biologist report once completed.
Muskellunge from the Lake Marburg fish survey.  
Blair County
Anglers are catching trout across the county.  Spinners and salmon eggs are the baits of choice.
Perry County
Anglers are catching trout at Holman Lake on spinners and paste baits.
Panfish are also being caught at this lake on wax worms and small jigs with twisters.

April 19, 2017

Perry County
Anglers are catching nice trout in Raccoon Creek.  Fish the deeper holes with structures, such as fallen trees and undercut banks for best results.

Drake Kerstetter with a nice 18 inch Rainbow Trout caught on the Cocolamus Creek.
Cumberland County
Paddlers are reminded that Mandatory Lifejacket Wear is still in effect until April 30th.
Lebanon County
Anglers are catching trout on the Quittapahilla Creek, Lions Lake and Marquette Lake.  Live bait and paste bait are working great.
Juniata County
Anglers are catching trout on local stocked trout waters. 
Brook Trout
Darin Love with a nice Brook Trout caught out of Horse Valley Creek.  Trout was caught on a spinner.
Mifflin County
Brown Trout
Josie Good, Brendan Good, Ryan Miller and Allison Miller all enjoyed fishing on Kish Creek.  Josie Good was a happy angler with a beautiful 18 1/2 inch Brown Trout.
Huntingdon County

Bree Arentz with an 18 1/2 inch Rainbow Trout caught on the upper end of the Tuscarora Creek. 


Reports compiled by Adam Spangler (, Southcentral Regional Education Specialist, using information provided by Waterways Conservation Officers, Area Fisheries Managers and other PFBC staff.​​