- Last Updated on Saturday, 08 October 2016 22:53
Now that air temperatures are cooler, the Little Juniata should once again provide some good fishing. Levels are still low, although slightly improved. Fall hatches of note include BWOs and Slate Drakes, and nymphs and dries for these hatches are solid, effective choices. Throw in a few Green Weenies, Bead Head Walt's Worms, and Bead Head Pheasant Tails, and you should be ready for the challenge of the river.