constructed in 1876, the Corry Fish Culture Station (hatchery) is situated on approximately 10 developed acres (227
total acres divided among the main hatchery, the Annex and Foster Properties) of land owned by the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania and managed by the Fish and Boat Commission.
The facility consists of earthen ponds, exterior linear concrete raceways, a hatchery building that contains concrete
interior raceways and egg incubator jars.
Water is supplied to the facility from springs, production wells, and pumped recirculation.
Employees: 6 full-time, 2 wage/seasonal
Average Fish Production: 145,851 lbs.
Average Production Costs: $3.30 per pound
Visitor Center: Yes
Average Annual Visitors: 5,000
Corry State Fish Hatchery
13365 Route 6
Corry, PA 16407
Visitor Hours Daily, 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Location: One mile west of the Borough of Corry in Erie County, Wayne Township