RE: Move'n to Indiana,pa
Depends on area you are in and how far you want to travel...
Yellowcreek State park...East of Indiana on 422 about 10 miles or so... bass, panfish, catfish, pike, musky, walleye (though I haven't had success with musky or walleye there). A couple of launches and a 20hp limit. Busy as all get out on weekends and evenings during summer. (public swimming area and boyscout camp)
Keystone Power Dam... go west of Indiana on 422 till 1st red light at Elderton, turn right and follow 210N about 4 miles to lake on left, a few different access points. Same fish as Yellowcreek, gets hit VERY hard by the Amish and is a 10hp limit lake
Mahoning Creek Lake... 30 mins or so NW of Indiana near Dayton.... 2 boat access points, limited shore fishing near boat launches... again, same species as above... walleye and Musky can be picky but are there, also carp and the channel cats here get some real size... I've caught 32" channels out of water here. It is a Corp of Engineers impoundment, absolutely beautiful scenery and from launch to launch is about 7 miles of 'small river' type fishing. 10hp limit. Upper launch (Milton Loop) used heavily by Amish in summer.
Blue Spruce... North of Indiana about 15mins. 10 acre mini lake with nice picnic grounds. Only fished it once with very little luck. Reportedly has cats, bass and panfish. Is more aimed at family recreation and is very busy when weather nice. I don't think they allow boating.
Hemlock Lake- North of Indiana approx 45 mins, on road from Glen Campbell to Rossiter. Approx 70 acre lake, 2 boat launches, electric only. Decent shore access with a couple of nice cement walled areas near launches for shore fishing and picnic tables. Used to be great for catfish, bass, pike and panfish but Amish moved into area about 4 yrs ago and have been hitting it VERY hard so our catch rate there dropped into the basement. I haven't even been there this year but it is a very pretty little lake and would be worth a try.
Too many creeks to even begin mentioning... and you have some out of county lakes close at the state parks near Altoona also...