November 8th NW PA Fishing Report

Colder weather is on the way as water temperatures finally drop towards the late fall bite in Northwest Pennsylvania. Recent storms have muddied many flood control lakes and raised the flow of the Allegheny and area creeks/streams. Blown out Steelhead streams are already dropping and the bite should be outstanding by the time you read this. The Allegheny River and French Creek will take longer to recede to fishable levels. It’s time to squeeze in as much fishing as possible before winter arrives.

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October 25th NW PA Fishing Report

This week the weather in NW PA is about make a dramatic turn to “normal for late October.” It’s about time. Summer in October isn’t normal. Get ready for great late fall fishing. In the meantime, steelheads in Erie tributaries are going crazy, bluegills are biting at Conneaut Lake, plus smallmouth bass are chewing in Lake Erie and Allegheny River. And crappies schools are starting to stack up in late fall locations. It’s time to GO Fish!

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October 11th NW PA Fishing Report

Given the unusually warm air and warm water temperatures, it is hard to believe it is the second week of October. Uncertain who is more confused – the fish or the anglers! But as you will learn in this issue of the NW PA Fishing Report, there are good bites going on in some area waterways. As we get deeper into fall, the big draws for the region will be steelhead in Erie tributaries; walleye/crappies on inland lakes; and smallmouth bass/walleyes in flowing water. Now get off that sofa and Go Fish!

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