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Glade Run Lake 2006

Butler County


Glade Run Lake is a 52 acre lake, owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and managed by the Fish and Boat Commission, located in southern Butler County just off of Rt 288 midway between Butler and Pittsburgh. Bass in Glade Run Lake are managed under the “Big Bass Program” with a 15-inch size limit and 4 fish per day creel limit (see page 19 of the 2006 Regulation Summary). This electric motors only lake is also stocked with adult trout both pre-season and in-season. Glade Run Lake is also stocked with fingerling channel catfish annually.

On May 31, 2006 personnel from the Area One Fisheries Management office conducted an electrofishing survey targeting largemouth bass. In 60 minutes of electrofishing 88 largemouth bass were sampled. Bass ranged in size from 110 mm (4.3 inches) to a very impressive 538 mm (21.2 inches). Only 5 (6%) of the fish were over the 15 inches long. Good numbers of bass in the 9-10 inch size range were caught. Also noted that night were some very large brown bullheads and good numbers of black crappie, however most were small. Few adult trout were seen.

Chart showing numbers and length of Glade Run largemouth bass

 
-- Area 2

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