The Juniata River is a warm water paradise for species like Smallmouth bass and Musky. while the Juniata River has been a smallmouth destination for years, flyfishing the Juniata River is constsantly increasing in popularity. The one hundred plus mile long tributary to the Susquehanna provides a great opportunity to hook a large musky or bass on the fly. Starting at Raystown Lake and meandering through central Pennsylvania giving the angler a serene location with plenty of opportunity. From the Little Juniata to the main Juniata river, there is an aboundant population of wild fish. The brown trout of the " little J " aresought after by many in the state. There are also rainbow trout and smallmouth bass in thesewaters as well. The lower sections going towards the confluence with the Susquehanna River has shown to be a hot spot for smallmouth bass and musky. Early months you can find little black and brown Stoneflies, Blue Quills, Hendricksons and small black Caddis. During the early to late summer, Blue Winged Olives , Sulphur, Light Cahill, Slate Drakes, Tan Caddis, Trico, terrestrials and the famous " White Fly ", bring action well into the fall.