Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The Little Juanita

    The Little Juanita or "Little J" is one of my favorite rivers I have fished in Pennsylvania. The Little J is a tributary to the Juanita River and is loaded with wild brown trout, rainbows, and brook trout. I've only fished it once but can already tell how great of a fishery it is. I fished it in November on my way to Fisherman's Paradise for a USA Youth Team Practice and had great success on it for the few hours my dad and I were out. I suggest next time you are in that area you go and try it out! There are lots of smaller fish but there are also 20+" fish that are stocked and are a real treat to hook into. Here are some pictures from my last trip to the Little J and Spring creek.

Bill Steudler on Spring Creek (Team USA)


     I had some time today so I thought I would give you guys a look at my two main boxes. For me it is the off season although I do get out from time to time but this mainly means TYING! For anyone that is interested in buying flies I can do custom orders, just send me an e-mail and I can give you details, (Easternangler31@gmail.com). So here are the boxes:

Dries, mostly indicator dries for dry dropper

Heavy nymphs

Heavy Jig Nymphs

Medium Heavy Jig Nymphs

Medium weight dropper nymphs

Prince nymphs

Light Nymphs

Attractor nymphs

Emerging nymphs/attractors    

Micro nymphs and Lightweight nymphs

Some of my first dry flies, CDC Blue Winged Olive #16