Southwest Pennsylvania Fishing Report – November 23rd, 2012

Keystone Lake (Armstrong County)

A few nice bass and some crappies were reported in recent weeks.

Yellow Creek Lake (Indiana County)

A good crappie bite was reported as of Nov. 9, although sizes varied. Bluegills were hitting, along with a few bass and several northern pike.

Blue Spruce Lake (Indiana County)

Trout were hitting on wax worms, crawlers and scented baits. A few bass, crappies and perch were reported.

Allegheny River (Armstrong County)

A few small walleyes and channel catfish were reported.

Crooked Creek Lake (Armstrong County)

Small crappies were reported.

Buffalo Creek (Armstrong County)

Recently stocked trout were hitting spinners and scented baits in recent weeks.

Monongahela River (Greene, Washington counties)

Numbers of walleyes, hybrid stripers and white bass were reported on the downstream sides of locks and dams.

Lake Wilma (Greene County)

Artificials such as bright-color jigs and small plastics were out-producing live bait for panfish in recent weeks.

Twin Lake (lower) (Westmore­land County)

This recently stocked impoundment was yielding trout on maggots, wax worms and PowerBait. Bluegills also were reported.

Keystone Lake (Westmoreland County)

Rainbow trout and a few big largemouth bass were reported in recent weeks.

Loyalhanna Lake (Westmoreland County)

Fair numbers of largemouth bass and a tiger muskie over 40 inches were released in recent weeks.

Youghiogheny Reservoir (Westmoreland, Fayette counties)

Bluegills, bass and the occasional walleye were reported through Nov. 10.

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