Allegheny River – Pressure has been light in recent weeks,
although three anglers made some nice walleye catches, up to 8
pounds, in late February.
Ohio River – A few anglers have been catching average-sized
walleyes at Dashields Dam in recent weeks.
Monongahela River – Mike Kalufet, of Uniontown, and Paul
Horwath, of Fairchance, boated some walleyes up to 18 inches at
Point Marion in recent weeks.
Youghiogheny River (Fayette County) – Heavy fishing pressure was
reported at the tailrace, following recent trout stockings. The
tailrace is part of the early season trout stocked program, which
means it remains open to fishing in March.
Highpoint Lake (Somerset County) – John Spittal of Ursina iced
northern pike up to 30 inches and some nice bluegills and perch in
Deep Creek Lake (Maryland) – Very good ice fishing has continued
in recent weeks with anglers reporting numbers of panfish, northern
pike and walleyes.
Glendale Lake (Cambria County) – Heavy ice fishing pressure was
reported in late February, with perch up to 8 inches and crappies,
7 to 10 inches, the main catches. Crappies have been turning on at
sunset and hitting through early evening. Northern pike, from
sublegal to 36 inches, and bass, 12 to 14 inches, also were
reported. A 47-inch muskie was released near the Beaver Valley