The Little Juniata River (The Little J) is regarded by many as one of the top naturally reproducing trout waters in Pennsylvania. It has a remarkable story of how over 15 miles of a cold water fishery has transformed and overcome countless adversities since the 1970s.
Bill Anderson, President of the Little Juniata River Association, has been an instrumental force for river conservation on the Little J since 2004. Bill and the LJRA have been recognized for their conservation success. Enjoy this presentation as he covers the back story that makes this river such a fly fishing success today.
In addition, Bill reviews the hatches, trout studies and locations along The Little J and its tributaries.