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Fishing Opportunities within 5 Miles of Route 6 by Linda Steiner
Lipless Crankbait Walleyes by Jeff Knapp
Susquehanna Flathead—Friend or Foe? by Chris Gorsuch Unlocking the Secrets of Piney Dam by Darl Black
Southeast Warmwater Streams for all to Enjoy by Vic Attardo
Learning How to Read a River by John Allen
Rewards of Night Fishing by Jennifer Bilott
Exploring the Recesses of Presque Isle Bay by Float Tube by Mike Bleech Canoe Camping Basics by Carl Haensel
The Yellow Perch Streamer by Charles R. Meck
There’s no place like Pittsburgh for fishing and boating or for the 140th annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society. More than 40 species of fish have been documented in the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers including walleye, sauger and smallmouth bass. Allegheny County leads the state in the number of registered boaters and in the number of boats over 16 feet. And, paddling is very popular. See page 16 for more information on the American Fisheries Society meeting. Photo by VisitPittsburgh.