Fishing is one of summer's pleasures. And the Little Juniata River is one of the state's finest trout streams. But who gets to wade in the water? That was the topic of a courtroom battle last week. A judge will decide whether a 1.3-mile stretch belongs to a private fishing club or to the people of Pennsylvania. This story, by outdoors writer Deborah Weisberg, was a production of "The Allegheny Front," broadcast on NPR member station WYEP in Pittsburgh.
Stories: Dispute over the 'Little J'
June 21, 2006