Port Allegheny

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2007/10/22 21:23:42 (permalink)

Port Allegheny

Is there any good Walleye fishing on the Allegheny River near Port Allegheny, been up there before and it looked like it some Walleye potential.
 
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    Esox_Hunter
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    RE: Port Allegheny 2007/10/22 22:32:50 (permalink)
    Fished the allegheny a bit farther upstream quite a bit before.  I have never tried to fish for anything but trout...we have caught the occasional smallie.  Keep in mind this is usually in may/june.  I know a few people that fish it in the summer for musky from port allegheny downstream.  They use mainly creek chubs and suckers and I know in past they have "accidently" caught some nice walleye.  Ive run into people while trout fishing who said they were fishing for eyes...never really bothered to ask whether they were catching any.
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    RE: Port Allegheny 2007/10/22 22:40:47 (permalink)
    Yeah, my buddy's cousin has a cabin in between Port Allegheny an Roullete, we was up there in August fishin for musky, only hooked 1 but it broke off using live chubs, we're just wonderin if it was a good walleye water and if their are any in there.
     
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    RE: Port Allegheny 2007/10/22 23:02:37 (permalink)
    Give it a shot... let us know how you do!
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    RE: Port Allegheny 2007/11/18 10:57:33 (permalink)
    Hey Hardcore, Did you ever try Port? If so, how did you do?
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    RE: Port Allegheny 2007/11/21 20:49:55 (permalink)
    Some smallies, no eyes, theres sum musky up there and my buddy hooked 1 and had another follow in a bucktail but thats about it, the only thing we we're basically worryin about was all them mountain girls up there that would just all flock to the sheetz and nowhere else. In Mt. Jewett, they were everywhere there, it was crazy lol. I wanna move up there its a nice area. I'll keep it in mind for retirement some day.
     
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    RE: Port Allegheny 2007/11/23 18:09:14 (permalink)
    Go to Sonny,s for there Friday night fish. Ummm!

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    RE: Port Allegheny 2007/11/23 21:16:32 (permalink)
    is there bar life in Mt.Jewet again?we used to call it the triangle Sonnys, the hotel and Kellers(Juilianes) hit them hard every trout&hunting season.used to put in a full shift sat.nite lots of fun! now just go to the DontKnow
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    RE: Port Allegheny 2007/11/23 22:55:49 (permalink)
    I beleive the DontKnow is closed. The corner bar in Smethport can be fun. The Westline also. Or Farmers Valley on Saturdays. Sorry, I like my beer. lol

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