Southeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report – April 25th, 2014

Lake Nockamixon (Bucks County) — A 29-inch hybrid striper, 13 pounds, 6 ounces, was taken on a stickbait.

Marsh Creek Lake (Chester County) — Bass and crappies were reported on jerkbaits and a variety of soft plastics in recent weeks. Panfish were hitting mealworms and wax worms, bright-colored jigs and live minnows on this Big Bass Program impoundment.

French, Pickering, East Brandywine, West Valley creeks (Chester County) — Prince nymphs, Pheasant Tails, and other nymphs were productive, with water in the mid-50s.

Schuylkill River — A little bass activity was reported in recent weeks, with anglers having some success on live bait and spinners.

Tulpehocken Creek (Berks County) — Water was in the 50s and a little off-color April 12. TCO Fly Shop recommended double nymph rigs with flies such as Caddis Larva and Red Zebra Midge.

Categories: Pennsylvania Fishing Reports, South East

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