Walleyes and bass are being caught in the area from the Toby Bridge upstream to just below Blyson Run. Some nice channel catfish are being caught there at night.
Boaters using Piney Dam should still use extreme caution while operating in the area of the Toby Bridge. The log & debris jam that had recently formed there has dispersed from the recent high waters. However, there are still several large logs lodged against the bridge pile just under the surface of the water that could cause severe damage to boats or injury to people if struck by a watercraft.
Upper Clarion River
Nice bass continue to be caught from Cook Forest downstream to Mill Creek. Trout are still being caught in the Gravel Lick & Blyson Run areas.
All boaters using the Gravel Lick Access Area are reminded that this access area is owned by the PA Fish & Boat Commission. All boats, including canoes & kayaks, must be registered to use this facility.
Anglers are still catching some really nice panfish. Nice bass continue to be caught on soft plastics, crank baits and top water lures.
All boaters using Kahle Lake are reminded that this lake is owned by the PA Fish & Boat Commission. All boats, including canoes & kayaks, must be registered to use this facility.
Some walleyes and nice bass continue to be caught in the area between Emlenton and East Brady. Channel catfish are being taken at night.
All boaters using the Parker & Brady’s Bend Access Areas are reminded that these access areas are owned or controlled by the PA Fish & Boat Commission. All boats, including canoes & kayaks, must be registered to use these facilities.
Trout and bass are still being caught at the dam in New Bethlehem. Bass are being caught from Mayport to below the dam in New Bethlehem.
Beaver Creek Ponds Project
Some nice bass, panfish, and channel catfish are being reported.
Largemouth bass fishing continues to be good. A few walleyes are being caught but not in great numbers.
Woodcock Creek Lake
A few walleyes are being caught mostly on nightcrawlers and leeches. Note: water levels have finally come down to normal, at least until the next heavy rain.
Mainly bluegills, some walleye, musky, and bowfins are being caught.
Eastern Erie County
Anglers are reporting some panfish being taken at Eaton Reservoir, Lake LeBoeuf, and Lake Pleasant. The bait of choice is still grubs and minnows. Anglers out of the North East Marina are reporting walleye in 35 to 60 feet of water from the marina to Shades Beach and off the mountain. Smallmouth bass are still being taken from the W’s to East Ave. in 15 to 25 feet of water. Perch action has picked up in 35 to 55 feet of water off of the Greenfield, Shades Beach & Freeport areas. Anglers are still catching panfish and bass off of the North & South Piers.
Lake Erie Water Temperature is 71. °
For current Lake Erie conditions call the North East Marina at 814-725-8244.