Bass And Pickerel Fishing In Pennsylvania

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We offer Bass and Pickerel fishing from a boat in central Pennsylvania. Dave Allbaugh, guide, has a boat ready to go for Bass and Pickerel, and is willing to share his expertise on how to catch these bad boys on a fly rod. His boat is set up for one angler and he can sneak up to catch the big ones. Dave has been honing in on these lakes and found good fishing after trout fishing has died down. He can set up trips for one day, two days or even three. We will work out food and lodging as need. Come spend a day fishing top water or sub-surface looking for Bass and Pickerel.

Details of  Your 1 Day Western Pennsylvania Lake Trip, One Angler

     We prefer to meet our angler at his hotel or a discussed location. We will arrive by 6:00am on the day of your trip to pick you up for the day. Your gear will be loaded into my vehicle and we’ll head out to the lake. At 12:00 noon we’ll break for lunch on the boat or at shore. After lunch we’ll continue fishing a number of locations on the lake for the remainder of the day and into the evening. At dusk (8:30pm – 8:45pm) we’ll call it a day and head back to the dock. After getting the boat loaded we’ll get on the road back to your hotel or where your vehicle is parked.  

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Details of Your 3 Days 2 Nights All Inclusive PA Wade Trip, One Angler


Day 1: You will travel from your home to Cross Fork, PA in Potter County and arrive at 12:00 noon. I will meet you at 12:00 noon in Cross Fork, PA. Across the bridge in town, turn into the big parking lot on your right and I’ll be waiting for you there. We will then travel out of town down to camp. Upon your arrival at camp we will get your gear stowed away and have lunch. After lunch we’ll hit the water on Kettle Creek and fish into the evening. After fishing for the evening we’ll head back to camp for supper. Then retire for the evening.    

Day 2: We’ll wakeup and have breakfast at 6:00 am.  After breakfast we’ll head over to Pine Creek or the Driftwood Branch and fish till around 12:00 noon, then break for a streamside lunch. After lunch we’ll get back on the water and fish till dark. After fishing for the evening we’ll head back to camp for supper. Then retire for the evening.

Day 3: We’ll wake for breakfast. After breakfast we’ll head down to lower Kettle Creek, Driftwood or Pine Creek and fish till 12:00 noon. At noon we’ll break for a streamside lunch. After lunch it’ll be back on the water and fish till 3:00pm. At 3:00 pm we’ll call it a day and head back to camp and gather our gear and pack up and head for home.  

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