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SW REGION REPORTS

REGION COUNTIES -- Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington, Westmoreland (County Guide)


May 27, 2020

Armstrong County 

The Atwood Access at Keystone Lake will be closed from June 2, 2020 to June 8, 2020 to allow PFBC to repave the entrance road and parking area.



Greene County and Washington County 


Area anglers are having continued success fishing for Walleye on the Monongahela River near major tributaries and area lock and dams. Live medium shiners have been successful along rocky shorelines. Anglers are catching Smallmouth Bass and Largemouth Bass in the early evening hours along shallow shorelines by using several different top water lures. 


Anglers are catching trout in Enlow Fork Creek and in lakes in the area. 

 



 
May 20, 2020

Armstrong County 

The Atwood Access at Keystone Lake will be closed from June 2, 2020 to June 8, 2020 to allow PFBC to repave the entrance road and parking area. 

 

Greene County and Washington County 

Area anglers are having success fishing for Walleye on the Monongahela River near major tributaries and area lock and dams. White split tail grubs on 1/16 oz jig heads have been very successful along rocky shorelines. 

Trout continue to be caught at Canonsburg LakeDutch Fork LakeLake Wilma, and several remote streams such as Enlow Fork and Templeton Fork. 

 

Somerset County 

Anglers are catching some Walleye at Youghiogheny River Lake. 

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Fish habitat structures were placed in the Quemahoning Reservoir on May 14, 2020.  Thank you to Berlin School District for constructing them this past winter.  


Anglers are catching Northern Pike at Quemahoning Reservoir.  One angler recently caught 38-inch Northern Pike.  Anglers are also catching some Walleye.  

Anglers are catching a lot of trout at Laurel Hill Lake. 


 

 

 Reports compiled by Miranda (Mandy) Smith (RA-FBSWFISHNRPT@pa.gov), Southwest Region Education Specialist, using information provided by Waterways Conservation Officers, Area Fisheries Managers and other PFBC staff.