Pennsylvania is truly a sportsman's paradise thanks to a rich legacy of conservation and a naturally lush environment. Anglers love Pennsylvania. There are—30 species of game fish make the Commonwealth a favorite. There is Lake Erie or hundreds of freshwater lakes and streams. Here are some maps to help you fish Penn.
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Pennsylvania is truly a sportsman's paradise. Thanks to a rich legacy of conservation and naturally lush environment, wildlife flourishes in the PA Commonwealth. Whitetail deer, bear, game birds, and more inhabit the abundant forests, fields, and state game lands. Pennsylvania is consistently recognized as one of the best hunting spots in the country. Want more info? Check out the Pennsylvania Game Commission website or call 717.787.4250.

Anglers love Pennsylvania as well—30 species of game fish make the Commonwealth a favorite. Try Lake Erie or any of the hundreds of our freshwater lakes and streams. The state maintains an extensive fish-breeding program, and spectacular game fish can be taken in locations throughout the state. For information about Pennsylvania fishing licensing, seasons, locations, and access maps, visit the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission Web site or call 717.705.7800.

Visit PAHuntandFish.com for more information on Hunting and Fishing in Pennsylvania. Writeup courtesy of VisitPA - official Pennsylvania Tourism

 


Fishing Hot Spots
Allegheny Reservoir (Kinzua - PA/NY)
While its primary purpose is flood control, the water supports a trophy fishery. Walleye draws over 75% of the angler interest. Both NY and PA records come from this water (16lb, 8oz.). Featured Species: Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike and Muskellunge
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Glendale Lake
Glendale Lake, with generally stable year-round water levels, supports a quality warmwater fishery. Black crappie are the most popular species here, averaging 8 to 9 inches. Featured Species: Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Walleye and Muskellunge
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Lake Arthur
Lake Arthur is widely considered to be Pennsylvania's No. 1 largemouth bass water. Lots of 3 to 5 pounders are available. Arthur is also a 'sleeper' for muskie, with good numbers of 40-inch-plus fish. Featured Species: Largemouth Bass, Hybrid Striped Bass and Black Crappie
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Lake Marburg
Look no further for quality perch, bluegill and crappie. The state record is flirted with constantly here. A good, consistent population of largemouth bass attracts heavy angler pressure. Look for nice northern pike and walleye as well. Featured Species: Largemouth Bass, Walleye, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch and Bluegill
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Lake Wallenpaupack
Lake Wallenpaupack has abundant smallmouth over 3 pounds, but striped bass and hybrid stripers have become the most popular gamefish. Walleye over 12 pounds will occasionally turn up as well. Featured Species: Striped Bass, Hybrid Striped Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye and Brown Trout
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Lake Wilhelm
Lake Wilhelm is an outstanding warmwater fishery which supports quality largemouth bass, black crappie and bluegill. The bass maintain one of the most dense and stable populations in the state. Good numbers of purebred muskie are also available. Featured Species: Largemouth Bass, Black Crappie, Bluegill and Catfish
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Pymatuning Lake
On the Pennsylvania/Ohio border, Pymatuning Lake is an extremely popular lake known primarily for walleye and crappie. Many overlook the fine largemouth and smallmouth fishing. Featured Species: Walleye, Black Crappie, White Crappie and Muskie
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Raystown Lake
Often considered one of the best fisheries in the country, Raystown Lake offers a host of fishing opportunities. Most widely noted for its outstanding striped bass, the lake contains numerous other species as well. The Pennsylvania state record striper has historically been caught in these waters. Featured Species: Striped Bass, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, White Crappie, Black Crappie and Catfish
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Shenango River Lake
Shenango is one of Pennsylvania's premier channel catfish lakes, with some getting to 40 inches. Crappie are by far the most popular species here, and the typical fish runs 10- to 12- inches, with plenty of 14-to 16-inch slabs available. Largemouth numbers are also good. Featured Species: White Crappie, Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass and Channel Catfish
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GMCO Maps -- Great fishing maps
These are very detailed fishing maps. The pro series is waterproof, contain local names and waterways, fishing areas, piers, wrecks and artificial reefs, marinas and ramps, aids of navigation, and much more. Very good maps.

 


GMCO ProSeries Maps
Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania
Covers Raystown Lake. Includes; Lat/Long grid for GPS, Underwater structures, Water depths, Local names and area names, Facilities, Ramps, Marinas, and much more.
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Good Pennsylvania Fishing Map Links

VisitPA - official Pennsylvania Tourism
Pennsylvania Game Commission website
Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission

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