Instead of moaning because I blew a shot opportunity at a deer that busted from its bed, I grin at the event. A few weeks earlier, my reaction would have been quite different, but all
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Tobyhanna is a fine lake for plump pumpkinseeds, too.
You want fishing? It’s got fishing, in two forms.
Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission biologists rank it among the state’s “best fishing waters” for no less than five species: smallmouth bass, striped bass, yellow perch, walleyes and channel catfish.
And trout aren’t the only fish to potentially keep anglers busy here.
Right now is a good time to look for those fish, too.
There is good access all around the lake, thanks to a trail system, but the western shoreline that hugs the ridge and the dam breast is where most of the action will take place.
Usually by the time mid-October arrives, a long fishing peak is starting or already flourishing at Buffalo Creek.
For muskies, bass, channel cats, trout, it’s awesome.