Southwest Pennsylvania Fishing Report – February 28th, 2014

Lake Somerset (Somerset County) — Ice anglers were catching walleyes and panfish through early February. The lake is drawn down by seven feet.  One angler landed a keeper-size walleye and two sub-legals.

Laurel Hill Lake (Somerset County) — Panfish and trout were reported through mid-February.

Cranberry Glade Lake (Somerset County) — Northern pike were iced on tip-ups on this 112-acre impoundment through mid-February.

Quemahoning Reservoir (Somerset County) — Ice angling is banned here, and the “green bridge” remained closed as of Feb. 14. A mid-April completion date for bridge work was still being projected.

Lower Twin Lake (Westmoreland County) — An ice angler reported brown trout taking his bait every time he targeted panfish schooling on the bottom.

Green Lick Dam (Westmoreland County) — Crappies, yellow perch and other panfish were iced through mid-February, with anglers reporting their best success targeting drop-off areas at daylight or dusk.

Glendale Lake (Cambria County) — Pike and bass were reported along with a few walleyes through early February.  Crappies and perch provided little action.

Lake Rowena (Cambria County) — Trout were reported through early February.

Duman Dam (Cambria County) — Trout and small chain pickerel were reported through early February. 

Categories: Pennsylvania Fishing Reports, South West

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