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Fishing in Pennsylvania, A brief look

Pennsylvania provide ample and diverse fishing opportunities. The mountainous areas, running from the northeast to the south central portion, provide the principal trout fishing areas. The two major fishing lake regions are in opposite corners of the state- in the northeast and the northwest.

The Poconos region, located in the northeastern part of Pennsylvania is one of the great fishing and resort areas of the Eastern United States. Because many of the fishing lakes, streams, and mouthiness beauty, tourists and visitors flock from the large Eastern cities. The most popular fishing lake in the Poconos is Lake Wallenpaupack, which offers excellent bass fishing and walleye fishing. Nearby anglers can find glacial lakes offering pickerel, bass and panfish- but its best to hire a Pennsylvania fishing guide to offer expertise and experience.

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Pennsylvania Fishing Locations

Fishing in Pennsylvania is the most prevalent in the following areas: Poconos Region, Wallenpaupack, Land Lake, Lower Promised Land, Fairview lake, Elk Lake; Anthracite Region: Harvey's Lake, Crystal Lake; North Central Pennsylvania fishing: Alleghany River, Big Pine Creek, Kettle Creek, Sinnemahoning Creek, Loyalsock, Elk Creek, Black Moshannon Lake; Northwest Pennsylvania fishing: Lake Erie, Conneaut Lake; Southeastern Pennsylvania fishing: Delaware River, Conowingo Dam, Ontelaunee Reservoir, Hopewell Lake, Sweet Arrow Lake, Tulpehocken Creek; Southcentral Pennsylvania fishing: Gordon Lake, Yellow Creek, Raystown Dam, Licking Creek; Southwest Pennsylvania fishing: Allegheny River, Crooked Creek, Dutch Fork Lake, Laurel Hill Creek, North Park Lake, Virgin Run Lake, Keystone Lake

Pennsylvania Fishing Species

Popular Pennsylvania fishing species include: Bass varieties, trout varieties, panfish, muskellunge, northern pike, pickerel, walleye,

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