Anglers report catching good numbers and good sized crappie at Glendale Lake.
Anglers fishing Duman Lake report nice sized Yellow Perch, as well as trout.
Trout are still being caught at Lake Rowena.
Clearfield Creek is still holding trout. One angler reported catching a 9-pound Rainbow Trout.
Very few fish are being caught on the Youghiogheny River since early June due to high, muddy conditions.
One angler was seen catching Common Carp at Dunlap Lake on Saturday night using corn.
An angler reports that he is having luck with Flathead Catfish in the Monongahela River near Fredericktown, using live bluegills as bait.
Sisters Kenzey and Braelyn Colgan, of Indiana, both caught several panfish during PFBC’s Family Fishing Program at Yellow Creek Lake on July 12, 2015. Both of them received a First Fish Certificate for catching their very first fish. They even managed to both catch fish at the exact same time!
Shreyas Jaiswal, of Pittsburgh, shows off a fish that he caught at PFBC’s Family Fishing Program at Yellow Creek Lake on July 12, 2015 while his brother, Aditya, and father, Sundeep, look on. They all received a First Fish Certificate for catching their very first fish. Shreyas’s mother Vanita and grandmother Sunila, who was visiting from India, also received First Fish Certificates.
To learn more about PFBC’s Family Fishing Programs visit www.gonefishingpa.com.
Northern Somerset County
Somerset Lake is drawn down approximately 7 feet, which makes large boats difficult to launch. Anglers are doing well on Channel Catfish. A fair amount of Walleye have also been landed.
Anglers are catching some nice Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass at the Quemahoning Reservoir. A few Northern Pike and Walleye have also been reported.
Anglers are still catching trout at the upper end of Laurel Hill Lake.
Youghiogheny River Lake is full of water and the Walleye fishing has been steady. Some nice Smallmouth Bass have also been caught.
Trout streams have been high most of June and early July. Plenty of trout left to be caught.