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  • The Clarion River is very picturesque. It is part of the federal Wild and Scenic River System, encompassing 52 miles in two sections from Ridgway to Piney Dam. Historically a very acidic stream, the C...
  • Lake Somerset is an artificial lake created by the Somerset Dam on the Stanley River in South East Queensland. The dam was completed in 1953 providing flood mitigation and water storage for the cities...
  • This lake is 7.5 acres and is shoreline fishing only (no watercraft of any kind). The lake features two accessible fishing platforms. A children's fishing derby is held each year during National Fishi...
  • Keystone Lake (also known as Keystone Reservoir and Plum Creek Reservoir) is a reservoir in Armstrong County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The elevation of Keystone Lake is 1076 feet above sea le...
  • This 540 acre lake was created by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The average depth of the lake is 20 feet with a maximum depth of 40 feet and there is no-horsepower limit on the lake. There is a ne...
  • Keystone Lake (also known as Keystone Reservoir and Plum Creek Reservoir) is a reservoir in Armstrong County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The elevation of Keystone Lake is 1076 feet above sea le...
  • Tionesta Creek is one of the most picturesque streams on the forest. This stream lies in the Tionesta valley, and flows through the forest for about 40 miles. Fishing in the upper reaches is primarily...
  • The lower end of Sugar Run holds some brown trout that have migrated from the Allegheny Reservoir....
  • East Branch Clarion River Lake, or East Branch Lake is a reservoir at Elk State Park in Elk County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. It was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by dam...

  • A large section of Spring Creek flows through State Game Lands #28. Although hiking, hunting and fishing are permitted, no camping is allowed on state game lands.

    As water temperatures increa...
  • Route 948 parallels the downstream portion of the stream. The upstream sections can be accessed by hiking in from various forest roads in the area....
  • This reservoir is a municipal water supply for the town of Ridgway, therefore it is shoreline-only fishing (no watercraft of any kind). However, this is a popular spot for ice fishing. The reservoir i...
  • There is a 2.3 mile section of Kinzua Creek, starting at the bridge on State Route 219 and continuing downstream, that is designated a delayed harvest, artificial lure only area. South Branch Kinzua C...
  • A 1.7 mile delayed harvest, artificial lure only section is located between the mouths of Otter and Queen Creeks. A designated Federal Wilderness Area is located upstream of Forest Road 119. This is a...
  • The Youghiogheny River Lake is a flood control reservoir in southwestern Pennsylvania and western Maryland. It was formed in 1944 by the damming of the Youghiogheny River upstream from Confluence, Pen...
  • There are a few sections of this stream which offer good fly fishing opportunities for holdover trout....
  • You can float the Conewango Creek from the bridge on Riverside Road, about two miles south of Frewsburg, NY, to the parking lot at Beaty Junior High School in Warren (about 15 miles). Please exercise ...
  • This state park located five miles south of Clarendon, PA, attractions include fishing, boating, picnicking, camping and swimming. You can rent canoes for use on the lake from a concession right at th...
  • Clarence F. Walker Lake is a 239 acre (0.97 km²) reservoir, formed by a dam and used for flood control and recreation. It is located in Adams Township, Snyder County, Pennsylvania near the town of Tr...
  • Only non-motorized craft can use these interesting areas. We recommend early morning and late evening for highest enjoyment of wildlife. You'll find good fishing at both....
  • You'll find some of the best fast-water canoeing during high water on the Brokenstraw Creek between Garland and its confluence with the Allegheny River. Good launch points include the bridge south of ...
  • An ANF campground located between Marienville, PA and the Abraxas Center, Beaver Meadows has a small launch, a 15-acre lake, and primitive camping facilities. Birds and other wildlife abound; be sure ...
  • Three sections of the Allegheny River encompassing 87 miles between Kinzua Dam and Emlenton are included in the Federal Wild and Scenic River System. Special trout regulations apply between Kinzua Dam...
  • The Allegheny River is sprinkled with islands. By the Pennsylvania Wilderness Act of 1984, Congress designated seven islands -- Crull's, Thompson's, R. Thompson;s, Courson, King, Baker, and No-name, a...
  • Shenango River Lake is a reservoir in the Shenango River Valley of western Pennsylvania and northeastern Ohio. Authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1938, the lake is one of 16 flood control project...
  • Raystown Lake is a reservoir in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. The largest lake that is entirely within Pennsylvania, it was created by the United States Army Corps of Engineers around 1913 by the d...
  • Pymatuning Reservoir is a man-made lake in Crawford County, Pennsylvania and Ashtabula County, Ohio in the United States, on land that was once a very large swamp. Much of it is incorporated into two ...
  • The 290-acre Army Corps of Engineers' project known as Prompton Lake is located in the gorgeous rolling hills of the Poconos Mountains. Prompton Lake is situated approximately a half-mile upstream of ...
  • Laurel Lake is a waterbody with recreation area at Pine Grove Furnace State Park (the former Laurel Forge Pond)....
  • Lake Winola is a public, 185-acre glacial lake located in Overfield township, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, United States. The lake is composed of an eastern and western basin, separated by a peninsul...
  • Lake Wallenpaupack (41°24?47?N 75°14?25?W) is a reservoir in Pennsylvania, USA. It was created in 1926 by PPL, the Pennsylvania Power & Light Company, for hydroelectric purposes. It is located near ...
  • Lake Nockamixon is a reservoir in southeastern Pennsylvania, and the largest lake in Bucks County. It is formed by a dam on Tohickon Creek and is the centerpiece of Nockamixon State Park. Swimming is ...
  • Lake Muhlenberg (more commonly called Muhlenberg Lake) is a lake located in Allentown, Pennsylvania in the United States. Part of the 127-acre (0.51 km2) Cedar Beach Parkway and part of the city's par...
  • Lake Erieis the fourth largest lake (by surface area) of the five Great Lakes in North America, and the thirteenth largest globally. It is the southernmost, shallowest, and smallest by volume of the G...
  • Moraine State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on 16,725 acres (6,768 ha) in Brady, Clay, Franklin, Muddy Creek, and Worth townships in Butler County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. The main fe...
  • Keystone Lake is a reservoir in Westmoreland County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The elevation of Keystone Lake is 1050 feet above sea level....
  • Keystone Lake (also known as Keystone Reservoir and Plum Creek Reservoir) is a reservoir in Armstrong County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The elevation of Keystone Lake is 1076 feet above sea le...
  • Kettle Creek Reservoir is a reservoir at Kettle Creek State Park in Leidy Township, Clinton County, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is open to some recreational boating, fishing and ice fishing....
  • Indian Lake is a borough in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. It is part of the Johnstown, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 394 at the 2010 census, down from 450 in 2000. In...
  • Harveys Lake is a borough in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania in the United States. The lake within the town is the largest natural lake by volume contained entirely in Pennsylvania. The lake was named af...
  • Glendale Lake is a major boating destination along the Allegheny Front. Boats up to 20 horsepower are permitted on the lake. There are nine boat launches and 2 marinas at Glendale Lake. Services provi...
  • Fuller Lake is the body of water with 5 acres (0.020 km2) of surface area in the former Pine Grove Quarry in Pennsylvania. During the period of iron ore excavation when the pit depth had sufficiently ...
  • Fords Lake is a man made, 67 acre (27 ha) lake with an average depth of 11 feet (3.4 m) on Buttermilk Creek in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania constructed in 1995. Owned by the state of Pennsylvania a...
  • East Branch Clarion River Lake, or East Branch Lake is a reservoir at Elk State Park in Elk County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. It was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by dammin...
  • Curwensville Lake is a reservoir located just to the south of the town of Curwensville, Pennsylvania. The lake was formed due to the construction of the Curwensville Dam to the north of the lake. Befo...
  • Crooked Creek Lake Recreation Area is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers administered site surrounding Crooked Creek Lake in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. The reservoir was created by the construction o...
  • Conneaut Lake is the largest natural lake in Pennsylvania . It is located in western Crawford County near a town with the same name. During the summer season, it is heavily populated with people vacat...
  • The Conemaugh River is a 70-mile (110 km) long tributary of the Kiskiminetas River in Westmoreland, Indiana, and Cambria counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania....
  • Chapman Lake is a reservoir located in Warren County, Pennsylvania entirely within the Chapman State Park....
  • Canonsburg Lake is a lake in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. It is an artificial lake formed by the waters of Little Chartiers Creek behind a 525 feet (160 m) long and 45 feet (14 m) high concrete dam. The ...
  • Canadohta Lake is a census-designated place (CDP) in Crawford County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 572 at the 2000 census....
  • Blue Marsh Lake is an artificial lake located northwest of the city of Reading, Pennsylvania, USA. It is in western Berks County, fed into by the Tulpehocken Creek. The main span of the lake is along ...