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Southeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report – February 13th, 2015

Ontelaunee Reservoir (Berks County) — Ice-angling reports were mixed, with some fishermen catching nice numbers of crappies and bluegills.

Kaercher Creek Dam (Berks County) — Bass and bluegills were iced through late January.

Coatesville Reservoir (Chester County) — Ice anglers were catching panfish on small fathead minnows fished off the bottom on tip-ups about 100 yards from the center of the dam through late January.

White Clay Creek (Chester County) — As conditions allowed, when water was open, anglers were catching stocked trout.

Struble Reservoir (Chester County) — Ice anglers reported perch on fathead minnows, sunfish on mealworms, and a few walleyes on large shiners through late January. Fishing a foot off the bottom under a tipup or jigging a foot off the bottom was productive for some anglers. 

Leaser Lake (Lehigh County) — Anglers iced a few muskies up to 30 inches on medium-size shiners on tip- ups or jigs, chain pickerel, bass, perch, crappies, and bluegills on this lake, which is catch-and-release only.

Minsi Lake (Northampton County) — A few bass, bluegills, and perch were reported by ice anglers fishing minnows, mealworms, butterworms, and mousies off the bottom. Pickerel were biting larger shiners.  

Tuscarora Lake (Schuylkill County) — Ice anglers were catching trout, perch, bluegills, and chain pickerel, with live minnows catching the pickerel and the occasional trout or perch.  Wax worms and small jigs worked well on panfish and trout.  

Locust Lake (Schuykill County) —  Nice numbers of trout, a few perch and some chain pickerel were reported on this 52-acre lake through late January. 

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