9/21/14 hello anglers,steelhead has started:)16 and 20 mile have fish in them .i don't know how many but what i'm told their's quite a few.anglers using lures and minnow and single eggs. perch fishing is pretty good off the piers north and south. for all boaters perch are being caught at 70 fow off the lighthouse and the point,ge stacks. in northeast at 65 fow. walleye are still being caught at 80 fow 60 feet down off northeast. some walleye are also being caught at 70 fow off the point with the perch. it has been a great year for walleye and anglers are still catching them.we still have a nice selection of crawler harnesses in stock and some new items for steelhead this year. come check us out this week for all your steelhead needs. the water works deptment is doing some construction on monday but we will be open normal hours 6 am to 6 pm. inland waters has been kinda quite this year but anglers have been catching fish. bulls dam crappie and northern's. lake plesant trout and pan fish. water works ponds blugills and some stock trout. thank you for all your support:)happy fishing:) yes it's raining today for all those steelhead fisherman:)
9/14/2014 hello anglers steelhead are being spotted in 16 and 20 mile creeks:) we had some customers bring fish in to be cleaned yesterday. anybody that wants to fish by the mouths into the lake should get some fish also. the cool evenings and mornings will bring up more steelhead and there calling for rain a couple times this week. the conditions of the creeks are low and clear. please if your calling from pittsburgh don't ask for a weather report because we just can't be sure. check noaa to see weather conditions for when you are coming up.shore fisherman have been doing okay for perch at the south pier and liberty park. waterwork ponds for blu gills and trout. walleye is still hot at northeast 68 fow to 113 fow. perch off northeast towards shorewood 55 to 59 fow. perch are pretty hot off the lighthouse at 55 to 59 fow or off ge stacks 55 to 59 fow. lake pleasant pan fish or trout should be coming a little closer to shore with all the cool temps at night. bulls dam pike or crappie and bass. don't forget we still have lots of walleye lures and perch stuff in stock. we also have a new product this year called lick um lures they look like real salomon eggs and have a real strong fish scent. 3.99 per bag. thank you for all your support happy fishing:)
9/11/2014 hello anglers summer is over and now it's time for some steelhead fishing. anglers have spotted some steelhead in 20 mile creek above route five:) it should'nt be long now with cold temps and rain. get yourself gearded up for the weekend. anglers should be able to go to the mouths of the creeks now to cast in the lake for steelhead. good times to do this are in the evening or early morning hours before the sun comes up.perch fishing is still pretty hot too anglers are catching them off the ge stacks at 55 to 59 fow and off the lighthouse at 55 to 59 fow. northeast go towards shorewood at 55 to 59 fow. walleye still going strong northeast has been the hotspot at anywhere from 68 to 113 fow and 60 feet down. anglers are using crawler harnesses. if you want to do some pan fishing water works pond using redworms or live minnows for blugills they still have some trout in their also. lake pleasant pan fish and trout. you still have to use a kayak to get to them. bulls dam bass,crappie and pike. happy fishing all:)thank you for all the support:)
9/07/2014 hello anglers well summer is over but anglers are still catching walleye using crawler harness. walleye are at 90 to 113 fow straight out of northeast marina. 70 to 100 fow off the point. walleye are 50 feet down also. perch are off of shore wood or freeport between 50 to 58 fow. off the point or off ge stacks at 50 to 58 fow. off the piers anglers are getting some pan fish,bass some perch. inland waters lake plesant trout and some pan fish using canoe or small boat. anglers are still catching walleye in french creek or wood cock dam. pennsula water works pond for blue gill or stock trout. eaton bulls dam crappie,bass northern's some anglers going for musky. i have'nt heard of any steelhead by the mouths of the creek yet on the east side but west side elk creek they are catching some in the evening by the mouths. it should'nt be long for the east side with these cool night and rain we've been getting. if you are going to scout for steelhead in the evening or early morning hours 20 mile creek would be the place. we have new colors of the larger little cleos this year and a new product called lick um lures which retails for 3.99 per pack. these new lures are double scented and look like real salmon eggs. the guys that developed them fished michigan for steelhead,salmon using these and were pretty sucessful. come check them out. we also have alot of perch and walleye tackle still in stock or start gearing up for steelhead. be patient the steelhead will come pretty soon and i think it's going to be a banger year this year. walleye is still going strong which is a good thing:) thank you for all your support happy fish
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5-8-12 Got some great news to share today. Todd Young of Nazerth PA caught a new PA state record Lake Trout while fishing aboard Eyecon II fishing charter out of North East PA with Captain Scott Snyder. The fish was 39 inches long had a girth of 26 inches and the weight was 29.28 lbs. This was caught off the mountain. Hats off guys for a super great catch!
Anglers are NOT permitted to utilize the foot bridge at the dam in order to cross the stream at 4 Mile creek. Anglers must enter the stream from the footpath located on the stream's east side located between the Lawrence Park fishing club.(between the yellow ropes)
Please remember that the conditions can change from minute to minute or hour to hour. If we post a report that someone caught fish at some point in time or place, that they may have swam away by the time you get there or the conditions have changed & is no longer fishable, which does happen quite often.