Curwensville Lake

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2010/05/18 22:01:06 (permalink)

Curwensville Lake

Anyone doing any good up there or any info... Looks like there's an alright ammount of area to shore fish. Also anything hitting really well?
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    cabst119
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    RE: Curwensville Lake 2010/05/19 12:06:36 (permalink)
    It's a great lake.  Tough to find the fish though.  What are you fishing for ?  - maybe I can help.
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    Mags00
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    RE: Curwensville Lake 2010/05/19 18:14:43 (permalink)
    Bass, Panfish, anything really, I just love getting my line wet and catching anything I can haha.
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    cabst119
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    RE: Curwensville Lake 2010/05/20 17:56:07 (permalink)
    PM'd.
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    RE: Curwensville Lake 2010/05/21 06:39:45 (permalink)
    go to another lake, don't waste your time, Glendale,Sayers, curvensvilles is tuff to catch fish..
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    Mags00
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    RE: Curwensville Lake 2010/05/21 19:07:21 (permalink)
    Is it really that bad or is it just hard to fish? Cause I honestly have fished hard waters and produced well...
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    cabst119
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    RE: Curwensville Lake 2010/05/21 21:17:16 (permalink)
    If you want to catch 150 small crappies in 3 hours go to Sayers. If you want to catch 150 small bluegills in 3 hours go to Glendale. If you want the best chance at catching a big fish go to Curwensville.
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    RE: Curwensville Lake 2010/05/28 15:09:53 (permalink)
    If you want to have a bunch of fools on jet-skis and rude idiots in power boats ruin your fishing, go to Curwensville!
    Every time I go there, some dork is trying to pull water skiers around and making wakes on purpose for them to jump over.
     
    Never any enforcement around when they are needed.
    I guess that 4 ounce snap weights make good projectiles, eh? 

    Yes, we are still here!
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    RE: Curwensville Lake 2010/05/28 17:26:25 (permalink)
    That's one reason I hate the army core lakes... I mean I love the fish you can catch in them but the people that go and boat there are ****holes... I was a crooked creek a few weeks ago and some clown was in his daddys boat with 2 other people ripping through I was hoping he hit a tree or some debris that was left after they went back to normal pool.
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