Sept 22 NW PA Fishing Report

The official arrival of fall in NW Pennsylvania actually coincides nicely with initial cooling of area waters. The cooling temperatures launches improved fish feeding activity for most species. As the water temperature drops out of the 70s and falls through the 60s and 50s to the mid-40s over the 2-1/2 months, some of the best...

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July 15, 2002 NW PA Fishing Report

Summer fishing is in full swing. Summer means a shift to deeper water for some species. A little more work may be required to locate and entice fish to bite. But there is still plenty of opportunities in NW Pennsylvania during the summer, including offshore trolling on Lake Erie for walleyes, river and stream fishing...

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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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NW PA Fishing Report Oct 27, 2021

An unusually warm and wet October has delayed significant cooling of inland lakes and Lake Erie. Regardless, of the weather, this has been one of the best steelhead fall seasons in years according to anglers and tackle shops. It also has been an amazing smallmouth bite on several area inland waters. With inland lake temps...

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