If you would like to know the current water levels at the Frankstown Branch of the Juniata River at Williamsburg, PA, you can visit the U.S. Geological Survey’s data here: http://waterdata.usgs.gov/pa/nwis/uv/?
Their website is full of information you can use for numerous waterways across the state to help you plan your next fishing trip.
Trout anglers are looking forward to the trout stocking scheduled for October 9th on Clarks Creek.
This 34", 17 lb. Flathead Catfish was caught on the Susquehanna River, just below the Harvey Taylor Bridge, by Jeffrey Guise
Photo Submitted by David Burnham
Anglers are catching some nice Smallmouth Bass on the Juniata River. Baits of choice include hellgrammites, stonecats, and shiners. Artificial baits include tube jigs (dark colors with 1/8 to ¼ oz jig head). River conditions are low and clear.
Jeff Yohn with a nice 25 inch Channel Catfish caught on the Juniata River at the PFBC Greenwood Access area
Trout anglers are looking forward to the trout stocking scheduled for October 9th on Quittapahilla Creek.
Anglers are catching a few trout at Holman Lake on paste baits fishing the bottom. Some Largemouth Bass are also being caught on spinner baits and plastics.
With the coming of cooler weather, the bass are beginning to start to feed more aggressively. Anglers are reporting good catches around Yorkhaven and the Conowingo Reservoir.
Both Channel Catfish and Flathead Catfish are being reported in good numbers in the Susquehanna River from Yorkhaven south to Lake Aldred.
Lake Redman and Lake Williams have reported good catches of bass and panfish.
Trout anglers are looking forward to the trout stocking scheduled for October 9th on Muddy Creek.
Notice: Mark your calendars now! November 1st is the start of the PFBC’s cold weather mandatory life jacket “Wear It!” Regulation, which states that “a person shall wear a Coast Guard approved personal flotation device (PFD or life jacket) during the cold weather months from November 1st through April 30th while underway or at anchor on boats less than 16 feet in length or any canoe or kayak.” For more information, please visit http://fishandboat.com/boatcrs/pfd/faq-pfd-cold.htm.