The stormy, wet summer has limited fishing days in NW PA, but it appears the high water in rivers, lakes and reservoirs has result in better than usual fishing for late July. So when anglers get out, they are catching fish. NW PA inland waters are yielding decent catches of walleyes, crappies, black bass, white bass, and hybrid stripers. While the Erie walleye bite is hot, perch are not...but may be improving. If you’ve given up because it’s July, get off that sofa and Go Fish!

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