TCO Fly Shop - Stream Conditions

Latest Fishing Report

Stream: Juniata River

Date of Update: 3/23/2017

Author: TCO State College

Highlight: J is average level. Bass are in deeper water, but are moving around with some warmer temps. Look for those muskie.

Stream Level: J is 1590 cfs today, average is 1850 cfs at Huntingdon.

Water Temp: low 40's

Clarity: some color

Fishing Overview: Find the deeper pools and throw some weighted lines.

Specifics and Tips: Fish afternoons, deep and slow with sink tips.etc.

Hatches: Crawdaddies & Minnies

Hot Patterns: Big 8-12" streamers for the Musky Clouser Minnow (White/Yellow)
Murdich Minnow(white/chart. white/tan)
Clouser Crayfish(rusty brown)
Crease Flies (white)

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USGS Flow: USGS Water-data graph

General: The Juniata River is a scenic 104 mile tributary to the Susquehanna River. The river forms in Huntington County with the confluence of the Frankstown branch and Little Juniata. Significant flow is added with the addition of the Raystown branch south of huntington. The Juniata is a phenomenal warm water fishery that offers amazing Smallmouth Bass fishing, and even shots at Musky.

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