Pennsylvania Fishing Report – September 8, 2022

Muskies lurk in weeds and lilypads, waiting to ambush baitfish.

Northwest Region

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Butler County

Lake Arthur

Anglers are catching catfish using minnows and worms. Several anglers are catching a handful of catfish using a bottom bouncer rig with a worm.

Crawford County

Woodocock Creek Lake

The lake water level is low due to lack of rain. Anglers are catching panfish, Walleye, and Muskie.

Woodcock Creek

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

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. The lake is being managed as catch and release only. Anglers are catching Largemouth Bass and panfish. Boats must have registration or a launch permit. Boat operators must also ensure that their boats are equipped with the proper safety equipment.

Lawrence County

Neshannock Creek (Delayed Harvest)

Anglers are catching trout in the Delayed Harvest section of Neshannock Creek. Anglers should try to find some of the deeper holes and use pheasant tails or any flies with tans and greens in it.

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