Southwest Pennsylvania Fishing Report – June 6th, 2014

Allegheny River (Allegheny County) — Smallmouth bass, rock bass and walleyes were reported at the mouth of Deer Creek. Water was high in the river.

Deer Lakes (Allegheny County) — Anglers were catching stocked trout through the end of May.

Allegheny River (Armstrong County) — Water was high in late May, enough to close the Crooked Creek and Mahoning Creek boat launches. A few crappies and some small walleyes were reported at the Crooked Creek outflow.

Dunlap Creek Lake (Fayette County) — This small mountain lake was yielding crappies, bluegills, channel catfish and nice numbers of stocked trout through late May.

Meadow Run (Fayette County) — This Youghiogheny River tributary was yielding trout in high but relatively clear conditions, while the river was high and muddy.

Lake Wilma (Greene County) — Trout were hitting a variety of baits. Anglers were catching crappies and bluegills in 6 feet of water about 10 feet from shore, while trout were further out. Jigs and minnows were the ticket.

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