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SUMMER 2014
Summer 2014
Regional Reports Index
 
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Photos below are selected from the Regional Reports and other sections of our website, listed with PFBC region.

Northeast  
October 29, 2014

Allan Schreffler shows off a 20-inch Brown Trout that hit a circus peanut, an articulated streamer

Allan
   
Walt Dietz was able to fool this 14-inch Brown Trout on a light-colored stickbait. Walt

Northcentral  
October 29, 2014

Mark Hanes shared this great photo of a 20” Brown Trout he caught using a Black Circus Peanut.  Congratulations on a great catch, Mark! Thank you for sharing!

Photo by Mark Hanes

Brown Trout

Southwest  
October 22, 2014

Mike Depew caught a nice 24-inch Walleye from the Allegheny River, just below the Lock 3 in Harmarville on October 20, 2014.

Walleye

Southwest  
October 15, 2014

Nick and Scott caught these nice Flathead Catfish from the Ohio River.  One was caught on a Fathead Minnow and the other was caught on a nightcrawler.

Flathead Catfish
   
  Flathead Catfish

Northcentral  
October 15, 2014

Rainbow Trout caught on Sandy Lick Creek using a Walt’s Worm.

Photo by Mark Hanes

Brown Trout

Northcentral  
October 8, 2014

Rainbow Trout caught on Sandy Lick Creek using a Walt’s Worm.

Photo by Mark Hanes

Rainbow Trout

Northwest  
October 8, 2014

Timothy Sabella caught this Walleye September 28, 2014 on the Allegheny River north of Tidioute, PA using a crank bait. The fish was 31" long and weighed 12.5 pounds.

Walleye
   
James Landon caught this steelhead on October 5, 2014 at the PFBC Walnut Creek Access Area using a white sucker spawn under a float. The fish was 26" long and weighed 7 pounds. Steelhead

Southcentral  
October 8, 2014

Jeff Yohn with a nice 25 inch Channel Catfish caught on the Juniata River at the PFBC Greenwood Access area.

Channel Catfish
   
This 34", 17 lb. Flathead Catfish was caught on the Susquehanna River, just below the Harvey Taylor Bridge, by Jeffrey Guise.

Photo Submitted by David Burnham

Flathead Catfish

Northeast  
October 1, 2014

Michael Brown was fishing Mill Creek in Lancaster County Park with a Texas-rigged 3-inch senko worms, and caught fish including this Rock Bass.

Rock Bass

Northcentral  
October 1, 2014

Fish caught by, and photo taken by: Steven T. Wesling.

Musky

Northcentral  
October 1, 2014

Here is an underwater photo of a Kettle Creek Brown Trout caught on an ant pattern.

Photo taken and provided by George Kutskel

Kettle Creek Brown Trout
   

Heavy Brown Trout caught on blue wing olive and golden stonefly nymphs.

Photo by Julie Szur

Brown Trout
   

Rachel Stout was out fishing with the ladies on Pine Creek and caught this great Brown Trout.

Photo by Julie Szur

Brown Trout

Southeast  
September 24, 2014

Tim Bennett caught & released this 19" Smallmouth Bass on the Conestoga River near the Rock Hill access. He hooked the fish out of a solo canoe on a deer hair popper from a fly rod.

Smallmouth Bass

Northwest  
September 24, 2014

Aaron Ohl with a nice Middle Allegheny River Smallmouth Bass caught during a recent kayak fishing tournament.

Smallmouth Bass

Northcentral  
September 23, 2014

Josh Ditzler with a nice Largemouth Bass he caught  at Hills Creek Lake.

Photo taken by Don Kelly.

Largemouth Bass
   
Julie Szur with a beautiful Brown Trout caught on a soft hackle fly.

Photo provided by Julie Szur.
Brown Trout
   
The Fall colors are arriving on the trees and in the water!  What a beautiful time of year to fish in PA.

Photo by: PFBC staff
Brook Trout
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