Little Juniata River, Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
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Little Juniata River, Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
My tips of the week
Nymphing and subsurface will produce best, try emerging caddis patterns.
Fishing Conditions

Fly Fishing Little Juniata River is currently Fish somewhere else this week

Orvis-Endorsed guides nearby:

Water flow: The J is flowing at 1280 cfs normal is 618 cfs

Visibility: 18 inches

Water temperature at mid-day: 42 Degrees F

Water condition: Muddy

Best time of day to fish: mid day

Best stretch: Spruce Creek area

Best access point: Rothrock State Forest, near Barree, PA - Spruce Creek bridge - Route 453 - River Road

Fly fishing hatches in order of importance:

Tiny BWO's (20-22), Midges in Olive, Black and White (22-28)

Fish species: Brown Trout with occassional rainbows

Fishing season: Spring

Nearest airport: State College Airport (SCE)

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Little Juniata River Description

The Little Juniata River, a 35 mile tributary of Juniata River, begins humbly in Altoona when several small streams merge. Known locally as the “Little J” or simply the “J,” the river flows northeast from Altoona through the Logan Valley. This part of the river is a freestone fishery for predominantly stocked trout, but that changes quickly when the Little J bends sharply southeast at the town of Tyrone. Below ...

Techniques & Tips

The J is in good shape and fishable. Fish the banks and watch for grannoms, try emergers. Careful wading!!

7-Day Forecast

Please call for the most current weather and water levels. 814-689-3654

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