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July 30, 2015

Southeast Pennsylvania Fishing Report – July 31st, 2015

Octararo Lake (Lancaster County) — Jim Neary’s Bait & Tackle reported fantastic perch fishing as of July 16, with fish weighing up to 1 pound,  4 ounces. Small chunks of crawlers on the bottom, or little crankbaits were the tickets.  A good to excellent bass bite was reported on chatterbaits with trailers before 8:30 a.m. The […]

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Northeast Pennsylvania Fish Report – July 31st, 2015

​North Branch Susquehanna River (Bradford, Sullivan counties) — Despite high, muddy water of early to mid-July, bass were active, and hitting on bright-colored crankbaits.    Griffin Pond (Lackawanna County) — Bluegills, bass, chain pickerel, and rock bass were reported, along with crappies biting pinheads or small jigs under bobbers. Upper Woods Pond (Wayne County) — A late afternoon

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South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – July 31st, 2015

Safe Harbor Dam (York County) — Catfish were hitting on chubs, minnows, and crawlers through mid-July.  Pinchot Lake (York County) — Anglers were catching bluegills on crawlers at this Gifford Pinchot State Park lake.  Susquehanna River (Dauphin County) — Channel catfish were active in the higher water of mid-July, and catches ranging from 17 inches to 31 inches

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North Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – July 31st, 2015

​Hamilton Lake (Tioga County) — Trout were still hitting around the dock, with mealworms effective, through mid-July. Hammond, Tioga lakes (Tioga County) — Don’s Tackle Shack reported crappies were hitting on live minnows through mid-July, when water was murky but clearing. Fish sizes were better than numbers.  Cowanesque Reservoir (Tioga County) — Don’s Tackle Shack reported some nice

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Southwest Pennsylvania Fishing Report – July 31st, 2015

Somerset Lake (Somerset County) — A good channel catfish bite was reported, along with a decent number of walleyes. Boat launching is difficult because the lake is drawn down about 7 feet. Quemahoning Reservoir (Somerset County) — Largemouth and smallmouth bass, a few northern pike, and walleyes were hitting through mid-July. Laurel Hill Lake (Somerset County) — Trout

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Northwest Pennsylvania Fish Report – July 31st, 2015

Lake Erie — East-side anglers reported numbers of smallmouth bass and freshwater drum. Tubes were taking the bass. The walleye bite out of North East marina was hit or miss, although planer boards with shallow-diving plugs and deep-divers fished behind five colors of lead core were producing nice catches from the marina to the state line

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Pennsylvania Cuffs & Collars – July 31st, 2015

NORTHWEST REGION From the Game Commission  Butler County WCO Christopher J. Deal reports the unlawful use of ATVs is increasing. Many Hunter Access property owners are reporting issues with people running their quads on fields.  Clarion County WCO Jesse N. Bish reports that three individuals were apprehended for camping, unlawful use of a motor vehicle,

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