Stream Reports 3/21/2020
Lots of good fishing around. The state has postponed the SEPA opening day to April 18th, the day of the state wide opening. The Fish Commission stocked the streams without help for the general public due to the Governor’s mandate.
Cold front moving in Sunday and will shut down the fishing until later this week when the water temps move back up.
Fishing has been good on the Little Schuylkill and the small Class A creeks. Tulpahocken has been real spotty, very hit or miss. When it get stocked and it could have this past week, fishing will get much better. Little Black Stoneflies and BWO’s and Midges on some streams. Lehigh Valley streams, Saucon and Monocacy are doing just fine and producing fish. Nice wild browns are all around.
Lots of good fishing in central PA. Penns was running low for this time of year, but came up last night due to the storms that moved through. Penns is now running at the normal level, but is off color…streamers. Spring and Big Fishing are also good choices. Big Fishing Creeks has BWO’s and Midges. Nymph until you see rising fish.
Susquehanna and Juniata Rivers
Brian is guiding this weekend. The rivers are giving up fish, but not in big numbers. Some large fish are being landed using large streamers, more to come.
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