The keystone state’s bounty of lakes, reservoirs, rivers, and streams rewards millions of anglers with big catches every year whether you prefer trout, largemouth bass, or catfish.
Organized by area, below are a few places to get fishing that is outstanding Pennsylvania.
PITTSBURGH & ITS COUNTRYSIDE
Lake Arthur at Moraine State Park Nearby Town: Portersville what things to Catch: striped bass, Pike, Muskellunge, Channel Catfish, Hybrid Striped Bass, Panfish, Walleye, Perch Lucky anglers hook jumbo-size walleye, perch, and striper at Lake Arthur – a 3,225-acre, warm-water fishery with 17 ship launches. While many associated with most readily useful fishing can be acquired from the lake’s 40 miles of shoreline, watercraft rentals may also be available.
Slippery Rock Creek at McConnells Mill State Park Nearby Towns: Portersville, Pittsburgh what things to Catch: Trout, Bass Rock-strewn Slippery Rock Creek is famed because of its trout fishing and provides a tranquil destination to consume McConnells Mill State Park’s expansive green areas. Fishing is permitted any place in the park (except dam structures), and hiking paths along the creek supply use of water. Read More