Southwest Pennsylvania Fishing Report – April 8th, 2016

Laurel Hill Creek (Somerset County) — Some nice trout were reported in the two delayed-harvest sections, one of which is now also a Keystone Select program water, which means it was stocked recently with a number of trout 14 inches or longer. Green Weenies were the ticket for fly-anglers. 

Laurel Hill Lake (Somerset County) — Trout were released on yellow or orange pastebaits on this Stocked Trout Water Open to Year-Round Fishing in late March.

Clear Shade Creek — The catch- and-release, fly-fishing-only section was yielding trout in good stream conditions in late March. 

Quemahoning Reservoir (Somerset County) — Some large northern pike were reported along with crappies in late March.

Somerset Lake (Somerset County) — Channel catfish up to 23 inches were reported in recent weeks.

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