Pennsylvania Fishing Report – July 7, 2022

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Northwest Region

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Crawford County

Woodcock Creek Lake

The lake is at summer pool. Anglers are catching panfish, Walleye, and Muskellunge
 

Woodcock Creek (Below the dam)

Anglers are catching Muskellunge, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, and panfish

French Creek

Boaters should remember to register their boat or obtain a launch permit before using a Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission access. Boaters must also have all required safety equipment on board prior to the start of their float.

Canadohta Lake

Anglers are catching Muskellunge, Walleye, and panfish.

Sugar Lake

Anglers are catching panfish, Chain Pickerel, Bowfin, and Largemouth Bass.

Tamarack Lake

The lake is open to hunters, boaters, and anglers. Remember to have all required safety equipment and proper registration if going out on a boat, canoe, or kayak. The lake is still listed as catch and release only. Anglers are catching Largemouth Bass and panfish.

Erie County

Lake Erie

Anglers are catching Walleye in front of the Walnut Creek Marina and west to Ohio as well as east to Presque Isle. The walleye fishing has been great on Lake Erie. Anglers are catching Walleye in 50 feet of water using several colors of crawler harnesses.

Once the larger population of Walleye migrate from west to east, the number of limits of Walleye will increase too! Anglers are catching Smallmouth Bass in the lake along shore and even out in deeper water as well.

Presque Isle Bay

Anglers are catching Smallmouth Bass in good numbers even though most fish have moved back out to the lake. Anglers are catching panfish both from shore and from boats.

Lake Pleasant

Anglers are catching panfish using nightcrawlers under a bobber at Lake Pleasant.

Lake LeBouef

Anglers are catching Bowfin from shore and panfish from boats at Lake LeBouef.


Northeastern Region

Wyoming and Southwest Susquehanna Counties

Fishing and boating opportunities are excellent right now throughout the Endless Mountains area. The Susquehanna River is flowing at a good level for paddling, anglers fishing from boats, and for those anglers wading. Early morning and evenings have been productive for Smallmouth Bass. Fish have been biting on a variety of lures, including jigs and topwater poppers. Nighttime fishing for Channel Catfish has been sporadic with some catfish being caught on nightcrawlers.

One hotspot has been Lake Winola for late-season trout fishing. Trout are being caught on paste bait in the deeper waters of the lake.

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