Catfish, Musky & Walleye Fishing in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania fishing is much more than trout and bass
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From the whiskers of catfish to the predacious teeth of the muskellunge, these trophy-size fish species can provide angling action rivaling that of saltwater fishing. With 50-inch muskies not uncommon and some of the lures used approaching the size of smaller trophy-sized fish, musky fishing is the stuff of legends. Catfish can provide an excellent fight and some great table fare. Walleye can require quite a bit of strategy when fishing, but preparation pays off with one of the tastiest fish. We’ve made your destination selection that much easier by offering the following waters.

Muskellunge and Tiger Muskellunge

  • Keystone Lake
  • Pymatuning Reservoir
  • Tionesta Lake
  • Woodcock Creek Lake

Walleye

  • Lake Erie
  • Lake Somerset
  • Lake Wallenpaupack
  • Pymatuning Reservoir

Channel Catfish

  • Blue Marsh Lake
  • Foster Joseph Sayers Lake
  • Lake Erie
  • Nockamixon Lake

Bullhead Catfish

  • Frances Slocum Lake
  • Lake Arthur
  • Lake Somerset
  • Tionesta Lake
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