Walleye fishing is fantastic. Crawler harnesses and spoons are the go-to bait. Walleye are in 50-70 feet of water, but can be found almost anywhere. Anglers are catching Yellow Perch in 50 feet of water off Shades Beach. Anglers are catching Steelhead in 100 feet of water on spoons. Steelhead are starting to stage outside of the creek mouths in anticipation of their fall run. The water temperature in the lake is still in the mid-70s.
Fairview Gravel Pits
Anglers are catching Largemouth Bass in decent numbers from shore.
Area Steelhead Tributaries
Anglers are catching Steelhead near the mouth of several tributaries.
Anglers are catching Smallmouth Bass using inline spinners.
Anglers are catching Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, and the occasional Muskellunge on a variety of lures.
The lower Delayed Harvest Artificial Lures/Keystone Select section will receive a fall stocking on Monday, October 3, 2022. The meeting place and time is scheduled for the Rynd Farm Train Station at 9:30 AM.
NOTE: For up-to-date Fall Trout Stocking dates, and information for the locations, please visit our Trout Stocking Page.
Two Mile Run Reservoir/Justus Lake
Anglers are catching Largemouth Bass throughout the reservoir.