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Anglers are catching Smallmouth Bass on the Susquehanna River. Crank baits seem to be the lure of choice this week.
Catfish are being caught on the Susquehanna River. Night crawlers and cut baits are working well.
Members of the Keystone Aquatic Club pulled the Aides to Navigation (ATONs) at City Island this week. Many thanks to their efforts through the boating season! (Photos submitted by WCO Sweppenhiser)
Boaters are reminded that the Dock Street Dam is still off limits, an exclusion area, without the posted ATON.
NOTICE: The Fish and Boat Commission announced Tuesday, September 27, 2016, that it has closed the Halifax access area in Dauphin County as it continues to evaluate the intersection and railroad crossing following a traffic accident on Labor Day. The access area will remain closed to public use. Signage was placed at the site Tuesday morning informing the public of the closure.
N. Huntingdon / Mifflin County
This year’s weather was hot and dry, with not a lot of rainfall. All the waterways are in need of water, making it difficult to fish and boat. Anglers are wading and using kayaks to get to fishing spots.
REMINDER: PA Fish and Boat Commission Property and Accesses are for fishing and boating activities only.
Smallmouth bass are being caught on the Juniata River – Raystown Branch utilizing twister tail grubs fished on 1/8 oz. jig heads.
Lake Trout are being caught in and around the Seven Points Area of Raystown Lake. Successful anglers are utilizing ½ to ¾ oz. jigging spoons.