|Eastern Armstrong County and Indiana County
Anglers are enjoying the trout bite at Blue Spruce Lake. Bass fishing is slow but anglers are catching some in varying sizes.
Weather has slowed the fish bite at Yellow Creek Lake, but you can still enjoy the water with a boat rental at the park. Northern Pike were being caught with the biggest reported at 24 inches. The panfish bite has been slow.
Muskellunge anglers are out in force and doing well at Keystone Lake. Some smaller fish have been reported but the largest came in at 45 inches. Anglers are throwing large spinner and stick baits. Bass fishing has been slow, like other parts of the county, but anglers remain hopeful that the fish will start biting.
Many anglers reported catching sizable Flathead Catfish, Freshwater Drum and Common Carp over the weekend along the Ohio River and Beaver River. Most of the catfish and drum were caught on dough balls and hot dogs. Some of the catfish were caught on cut bait and chubs.
A few anglers caught Northern Pike below the Montgomery Lock and Dam.
Greene County and Southern Washington County
The Monongahela River is average flow with mild debris still coming up from West Virginia.
Smallmouth Bass and White Bass are hitting live minnows near area Lock and Dams.
Spotted Gar are being caught in the evening hours on Ten Mile Creek and the tailwaters of Maxwell Lock and Dam.
A mid 60-pound Flathead Catfish was reported being caught near the Rices Landing Lock wall. Photographs appear to be legitimate but no official weight was ever obtained.
Northern Somerset County
Anglers are catching some nice Largemouth Bass at Somerset Lake. One angler reported a 14-pound Common Carp caught at the lake on June 4, 2016.
At the Quemahoning Reservoir anglers are catching some nice Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass.
Anglers are still catching trout at Laurel Hill Lake.
A few Walleyes have been reported at Youghiogheny River Lake.