Ice fishing state college

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PSUfish33
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2010/01/11 20:51:14 (permalink)

Ice fishing state college

Looking for any info i can get a hold of for ice fishing near penn state (Raystown... bald eagle(sayers lake))???
Im a student at penn state but im from Erie pa so im used to Ice fishing up there i could def use some help on spots to fish , depth charts, reports, anything i can get my hands on.

WE ARE PENN STATE!
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    DaFuNK
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    RE: Ice fishing state college 2010/01/11 22:38:13 (permalink)
    PSUfish33 - Welcome to Fish Erie, these boards should be full of information and helpful *snicker* people who love to fish! I'm not sure about state college, I'm from more up north-west myself, but I'm sure someone out there may know.

    someone is droolin.. ready to attack, I can feel it...

    lol
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    RE: Ice fishing state college 2010/01/12 16:59:49 (permalink)
    whipple dam would be a place to try.

    "A Homewood man led police on an hourlong car chase that ended with a crash injuring three officers.

    "The car was driving itself," Wright said. "The car has a GPS. It's a Lincoln Navigator. They drive themselves. I wasn't running nowhere."
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    RE: Ice fishing state college 2010/01/12 17:01:50 (permalink)
    zoom in around this map. i has several lakes in your area. whipple, colyer, black moshannon, greenwood lake, poe lake...

    http://www.fish.state.pa.us/lakes.htm


    "A Homewood man led police on an hourlong car chase that ended with a crash injuring three officers.

    "The car was driving itself," Wright said. "The car has a GPS. It's a Lincoln Navigator. They drive themselves. I wasn't running nowhere."
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    RE: Ice fishing state college 2010/01/12 18:16:32 (permalink)
    someone is droolin.. ready to attack, I can feel it...

    lol

     
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    RE: Ice fishing state college 2010/02/08 12:34:29 (permalink)
    Glendale lake is cool,big fish.Curwensville lake in clearfield county is great when you can get on.
    Eyes,crappie,perch erie size perch.
    used 2 live in erie and crawford county.just got back from the bay,and lakes in crawford county.
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    RE: Ice fishing state college 2010/02/08 17:07:24 (permalink)
    PSU,

    I lived in State College for 10 years (moved back to Erie 6 years ago), and spent many days chasing fish on hard water in central PA. From back when I was there:

    Places to try near SC:
    Sayer Lake: Perch and Crappies - usually steady action (towards the dam) - small-decent size fish
    Colyer Lake - Nice fish (perch and gills), but it took a while to learn how to fish this small lake

    There are a number of places to try w/in a 1.5 hour drive, but the above where the best in the area.
    Black Moshanon - lots of slow days, but nice pike, big bass, and big perch when you found them.
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    RE: Ice fishing state college 2010/02/09 16:03:04 (permalink)
    go to sayers lake spillway, water is moving and no ice fishing there. but many crappie/perch to be taken along with the occasional muskie taking your meal. summertime--same area for small/large mouths and some big **** brownies, just watch out for the snakes!! you'll probably see me there if you venture out.
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