Anglers continue to report some really nice Bluegills, Yellow Perch, and a few Largemouth Bass.
Beaver Creek Ponds Project
Panfish and some Largemouth Bass are being reported.
Upper Clarion River
Anglers continue to report good numbers of Smallmouth Bass and a few Walleyes. All boats, including canoes & kayaks using the PFBC’s Gravel Lick Access Areas must be registered or have a launch permit to use this facility.
Piney Dam continues to be in a drawdown state and is approximately 6 feet below normal pool levels. Anglers are reporting catching Channel Catfish in good numbers, a few Walleyes and good numbers of Smallmouth Bass. All boats, including canoes & kayaks, using the PFBC’s Mill Creek Access Area must be registered or have a launch permit to use this facility.
Smallmouth Bass and a few Walleyes are being reported near the Parker islands and the mouth of the Clarion River. Channel Catfish are being caught after dark in good numbers. A few Muskellunge have been reported at the mouth of Redbank Creek. All boats, including canoes & kayaks, using the PFBC’s Parker & Brady’s Bend Access Areas must be registered or have a launch permit to use these facilities.
Some Walleyes, Smallmouth Bass and trout are being reported near the dam in New Bethlehem.
Anglers are reporting a few Bluegills and Yellow Perch are being caught.
Woodcock Creek Lake
The water levels are very low. The boat dock is out of the water. A few smaller Muskellunge have been recently caught, but fishing has been slow.
The water levels have remained low. Some sections will be more difficult to travel.
Central Erie County
Yellow Perch are being caught in very good numbers off the Condo’s in 60 foot of water. Some anglers are saying the perch are right on the bottom and the others are saying they are anywhere from 5-8 feet off the bottom. Walleye are still being caught pretty regularly but catching them in large numbers is a little tough. Please remember that weather conditions in the fall can change quickly and winds can pick up with little notice so please be cautious.