- Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 September 2016 09:55
The Little Juniata experienced a very tough summer. The low, clear, warm water forced its trout to cluster around seeps and springs. Fishing was both pointless and counterproductive for anglers interested in catch and release. That situation has improved somewhat with the onset of cooler weather and a modicum of precipitiation. Water levels are still down but better. Fall fishing should be distinctly better than summer.