Southwest Pennsylvania Fishing Report – June 3rd, 2016
Allegheny River (Allegheny County) — Walleyes were reported around the mouth of Deer Creek, although many fish were sub-legal. Soft plastics and live bait were productive.
Deer Creek (Allegheny County) —Numbers of trout were released on a variety of presentations, from live bait to artificials, in recent weeks.
Lake Wilma (Greene County) — Trout were reported on spinners and garlic-scented pastebait in recent weeks.
Enlow Creek (Greene County) — Trout were reported on black fly spinners through mid-May.
Monongahela River (Greene County) — Prolonged rainfall through mid-May turned this normally turbid river even murkier and about three feet over normal pool. Anglers were catching catfish on liver and scented pastebaits.
High Point Lake (Somerset County) — Bass, northern pike, crappies and yellow perch were reported through mid-May on this mountaintop fishery.
Youghiogheny River Lake — Walleyes and perch were reported on crawlers. Bass were hit or miss. Some nice-sized channel catfish were reported at the Jockey Hollow access.
Donegal Lake (Westmoreland County) — Steady action was reported on trout and crappies through mid-May, with live minnows productive.
Fourmile Run (Westmoreland County) — Numbers of trout were reported in recent weeks.
Mill Creek, Loyalhanna Creek (Westmoreland County) — Pressure was a little lower than usual on both fisheries through mid-May, perhaps the result of steady rainfall. Loyalhanna, which now is part of the Keystone Select Stocked-Trout Program, is typically heavily pressured following springtime stockings. Mill Creek is a smaller stream