South Eastern Pennsylvania Fishing Reports
Southeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report - November 21st, 2014
Posted on Thu, 20 Nov 2014
Tulpehocken Creek (Berks County) — Midges (cream, 18-28) and Blue-Winged Olives (20-24) were hatching through early November, when water levels had recovered. Trout anglers were nymphing with Pheasant Tails, San Juan Worms, and other basic patterns.
Struble Lake (Chester County) — Yellow perch and crappies were hitting through early November, with jigs and split-tail grubs or twister tails, or minnows the tickets.
Marsh Creek Lake (Chester County) — Yellow perch and bass were reported through early November.
Levittown Lake (Bucks County) — Stocked trout were hitting on small spoons, wax worms or pastebaits in recent weeks.
Nockamixon Lake (Bucks County) — Crappies were hitting on minnows around submerged trees in 10 to 20 feet. Smallmouth and largemouth bass were biting crankbaits or minnows.
Delaware River — Walleyes and smallmouth bass were reported around the Point Pleasant area.
Pennypack Creek (Philadelphia County) — Trout, rock bass and smallmouth bass were reported through early November, with crawlers, wax worms, shad-dart lures tipped with split-tail grubs or pastebaits effective.