November 9th NW PA Fishing Report

Steelhead fishing is in full swing in the Lake Erie tributaries and along the shoreline near the creek mouths. Lots of fish in streams, but a little rain is needed to color the water a tad to improve the bite. Inland lake temperatures are in the mid to low 50s, and temperature should drop a few more degrees as strong cold front moves in this coming weekend. Shenango Lake is the hotspot right. Walleye, smallmouth bass and crappie fishing should improve across the PA Great Lakes Region in the near future

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October 25th NW PA Fishing Report

NW PA anglers were hoping for rain, but when it came it was too much, too quickly. Over the weekend streams and rivers were blown out and lakes were beat to foamy froth. But the increased flow brought a good run of steelhead into the Erie tributaries and the cold rain helped to lower the water temperature of area lakes. The stage is set for a great fall bite!

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October 12th NW PA Fishing Report

Color is appearing in NW Pennsylvania tress and prime fishing is about to happen. Water temperatures on inland lakes and rivers in the PA Great Lakes Region are dropping from the low 60s into 50s which is the trigger for fantastic fall fishing for bass, walleye, crappie, pike and musky during the next six or eight weeks. In Lake Erie, steelheads are waiting at stream mouths waiting for higher flows to begin their migration.

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