Froggyland Fishing Tips

 

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Area anglers know there’s no better place to beat summer’s heat than on the water and Pennsylvania offers some of the best destination fishing around…right in our own backyards!  There’s still plenty of summer left, so head out to your favorite fishing hole or try a new one from our list of PA’s best below. 


This month, we turn our focus to catfish, muskies, walleye and bass…all inhabitants of Pennsylvania’s top lakes.  If you’re looking for a morning or afternoon fight, the large bass found throughout Pennsylvania will prove to be a strong competitor and bass fishing is quickly becoming one of the most popular sport-fishing pastimes in the nation! 


Whether you’re fishing from a boat or a favorite shoreline, the best bass fishing in our state can be found in the following bodies of water:



For Largemouth Bass, check out:

·         Cross Creek Lake

·         Lake Chillisquaque

·         Lake Somerset

·         Marsh Creek Lake

·         Nockamixon Lake

·         Pinchot Lake


For Smallmouth Bass, check out:

·         Allegheny River

·         Clarion River

·         Delaware River

·         Juniata River

·         Susquehanna River


If you’re looking for the best of the best in terms of trophy-sized Pennsylvania offerings, the best water ways in the state for catfish and walleye include:


Channel Catfish:

·         Blue Marsh Lake

·         Foster Joseph Sayers Lake

·         Lake Erie

·         Nockamixon Lake

 

Walleye:

·         Lake Erie

·         Lake Somerset

·         Lake Wallenpaupack

·         Pymatuning Reservoir

For Specific Directions, Please Visit PABestFishing.com.