Pennsylvania Fishing Report – December 17, 2020

Northcentral Region

REMINDER: Mandatory Cold Weather Life Jacket wear begins November 1, 2019 and ends on April 30, 2020 for all canoes, kayaks and boats under 16 feet in length. Learn more here – https://www.fishandboat.com/Boat/BoatingRegulations/Pages/MandatoryPFD.aspx

Lycoming County

Little Pine Cree
Sunrise with a snow surprise! 30+ inches of snow in the headwaters of Little Pine Creek near English Center, PA in Lycoming County.

Clinton County

Fishing Creek

The recent snowfall will contribute to binging the water levels up in the coming days. It’s a great time to get out on the water for those looking for that wintertime fishing feeling! Look for fish to hold in some of the deeper pockets with slow moving water. Streamers can provide some great action this time of year. Most action continues to take place for those nymph fishing. Hot patterns right now include BH PT Nymphs in sizes 14-20 and Zebra Midges in sizes 18-20.

Southeastern Region

Northampton County

Anglers were not observed in the local streams recently, most likely due to inclement weather. Winter can still be a great time to get out fishing when the weather is cooperating. The Saucon Creek in the area of Walnut St. and Water St. in Hellertown Borough provides a great fishery even late into the year.

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