Nov 18 issue of NW PA Fishing

Snow flurries in NW PA this week provide us notice of the coming winter, and perhaps, just perhaps, a solid ice fishing season. In the meantime, Erie tributaries are filled with steelhead, with numbers higher than have been seen in recent years. However, stream flows are up and down, and so it the bite. Lake...

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September 23, 2020 issue of the NW PA Fishing Report

NW PA is in the midst of seasonal change from late summer to fall. Several fish species are on the move to different locations as baitfish shift to fall mode. Fishing success is most often mixed – good one day, not so good the next – especially with severe cold fronts hitting the region. Erie...

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August 19, 2020 NW PA Fishing Report

There was a time that August was referred to as the Dog Days of fishing because anglers struggled to catch anything other than catfish. But if you check out this issue of the NW PA Fishing Report, you will discover that anglers who work a little harder at this time of year will be rewarded….

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August 5, 2020 NW PA Fishing Report

With the arrival of late summer, most fish species are set up in patterns that will last for several weeks until the water temperature begins to very gradually cool off. It’s the time year you’ve got to fish a little harder because there is an abundance of prey for the predators. Early and late in…

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July 15, 2020 NW PA Fishing Report

If it gets any hotter here in NW PA, you won’t need a grill or deep fryer to cook your catch. Don’t forget the sunscreen and face gaiter when you go out! Summer patterns established across the region. Lake Erie bite remains strong, but many species on inland waters have slowed down in part due…

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May 20, 2020 NW PA Fishing Report

It’s beginning to feel like a lot like May! Inland lakes and rivers are finally reaching 60 degrees. Expect a lot of shallow water fishing action in this coming week for many species, especially for crappies. Dodge a few showers and GO FISH!     

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