|Eastern Allegheny County
Walleye are being caught on the Allegheny River in Harmar, at the mouth of Deer Creek. Further up river, bass and panfish are being caught by Lock 3.
Few anglers are being seen on Deer Creek and Bull Creek. Small panfish are being caught at Upper Deer Lake.
Boaters are reminded to maintain all of their safety equipment and check it before each trip. Don’t wait until you need the equipment to realize it is missing or not properly working.
Evening mayfly hatches are occurring along the Allegheny River. Fly anglers who take advantage of this annual event will be rewarded with good action, catching a mixed bag of whatever fish inhabit the river.
A few anglers have been spotted fishing the North Fork of the Little Beaver Creek in recent days. Anglers report catching some holdover trout near Darlington.
The Beaver River has finally cleared up from all the debris flowing downriver from rains up north. Canoers, kayakers and paddle boarders took advantage of nice weather in recent weeks to paddle the river. Some were out for exercise, while others were fishing or sightseeing.
Many anglers have been out late at night looking for big catfish. Most reported a slow bite.