June 22, 2002 NW PA Fishing Report

Summer has arrived, and with it more heat. However, there is still some good shallow water action on inland lakes for perhaps another week or so. Also, scattered walleye schools are recovering from the big blow on Erie this past weekend, and anglers should locate them quickly. Still, lots of catching coming up for summer...

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May 11 issue of NW PA Fishing Report

Fishing for the widest variety of fish in relatively shallow water doesn’t get any better in northwest Pennsylvania than the month of May. Currently there is action aplenty on smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, northern pike, muskellunge, crappies, yellow perch, stream trout, inland walleye, Erie shoreline walleye and white bass. Any day, hybrid stripers will kick...

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April 27, 2022 NW PA Fishing Report

There is warmer weather about, but it doesn’t want to stick around. Three days of 80 degrees now followed by snow flurries tomorrow. That’s the up and down spring we’ve been enjoying. Fortunately, the fish are eating during those warmer days and just before a new cold front hit. Check out the Fishing Report for...

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April 13 issue NW PA Fishing Report

It’s been a wet, windy, cold start to spring. But it looks the weather will be improving some over the next week. Plenty of opportunities to fish in NW PA including crappie, walleye (Pymatuning only), yellow perch and inland trout. Musky, bluegill and bass about to kick in. And due to the prolonged cold, steelhead...

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March 23 issue NW PA Fishing Report

The ice is all gone! Crappies, perch and bluegills are biting in the shallows. Pymatuning walleyes are up next. The early river smallmouth is on. Some aggressive steelheads still in tributaries. All is good. Go Fish! "Download Report"

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November 10 issue NW PA Fishing Report

This time of fall is some of the best fishing of the entire year for big fish in NW PA. Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Walleyes, Crappies, Muskies, Northern Pike, Crappies and even Bluegills are putting on the feedbag. The big fish bite won’t last much longer – colder water temps are on the way. Check...

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