September 13th NW PA Fishing Report

In northwest Pennsylvania, September is a transition month from summer to fall. Practically all fish species are starting the process of changing locations, and often prey sources. As angler try to keep up with all the changes, there will be good days of fishing and bad days this month. But rest assured, some of the best “big fish” catches of the year will occur in the cooler water temps of October and November. In the meantime, take advantage of the best bites right now that are revealed in this issue of the NW PA Fishing Report.

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August 23rd NW PA Fishing Report

There has been a slowdown in reports from anglers and tackle shops here in PA Great Lakes Region during the last two weeks. Fish are still biting, but anglers seem to on a vacation from fishing right now according to local tackle shops. Actually, the Lake Erie perch bite has picked up considerably, the Erie walleye bite continues strong, Allegheny River smallmouth are on fire and on inland lakes it’s all about bluegills, largemouth bass and catfish. With Labor Day weekend approaching, it’s the perfect time to take the family fishing – just be sure to pick the right species and the best lake. GO FISH!

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August 9th NW PA Fishing Report

Summer is on the downhill slide in Pennsylvania. Don’t miss some of the great bites currently happening in the region, including Lake Erie Walleye and Perch, Allegheny River Smallmouth Bass, and BIG Bluegills at select lakes – just to mention a few. Discover more in the August 9th issue of the NW PA Fishing Report.

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July 26th NW PA Fishing Report

The stormy, wet summer has limited fishing days in NW PA, but it appears the high water in rivers, lakes and reservoirs has result in better than usual fishing for late July. So when anglers get out, they are catching fish. NW PA inland waters are yielding decent catches of walleyes, crappies, black bass, white bass, and hybrid stripers. While the Erie walleye bite is hot, perch are not...but may be improving. If you’ve given up because it’s July, get off that sofa and Go Fish!

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