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2007/12/30 14:26:12 (permalink)

GLENDALE

Cant wait to go up their this year. Anyone have any good or big catches this past year? Went up last May and caught a good amount and some big fish.
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    salmotrutta
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    RE: GLENDALE 2007/12/30 19:04:22 (permalink)
    If you have any pics please put them up. I was up there when I was a kid on field trips and stuff.

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    RE: GLENDALE 2007/12/30 21:49:12 (permalink)
    Ya id like to see these big fish caught up there.
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/01/01 19:09:44 (permalink)
    HA...No pics but through everyone up there, there was a 40" muskie,20" smallmouth, moster largemouth that got off of course, and a 17" crappie. And besides that we all caught a good amount of fish.
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/01/15 21:25:35 (permalink)
    Not many people fish in this area?
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/01/16 10:42:15 (permalink)
    we usually hit glendale off and on,whenever sayers cools down. mostly for perch and crappie. no real catfish bite that we've found yet. a little before memorial day last year, a guy in a boat was catching walleyes just out of our reach. this was near the boat mooring area on the glendale h.s. side.

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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/01/16 16:05:58 (permalink)
    used to love to go to Glendale, then it got so crowded that it looked like the infield at a NASCAR race (with about the same crowd).

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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/01/18 07:09:50 (permalink)
    sayers i think is even worse, with it being so close to two universities, on some days it has more chinese than chinatown. man they keep everything, 6'' bass,5-6'' crappies, etc. amish are that way also,boy i hope they don't read this.

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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/01/18 16:46:52 (permalink)
    I don't think they are aloud to own computers.
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/01 14:17:09 (permalink)



    Can anyone teel me how much ice in on glendale?  Im from out around Indiana, the ice we got aint fishable after all the rain we got this week, Any & all info appreciated.



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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/01 16:44:29 (permalink)
    Are there still Beavers around Glendale?

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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/04 03:47:50 (permalink)
    Fished Glendale this past Saturday. Ice was a solid 6". It was getting a little questionable along the edges in places. Got word of a guy going through the ice just off the shore (luckily only in 3 ft of water). We found safe entrance onto the ice at turtle cove at the base of the launch. I'm sure Sunday's weather didn't help the edges and the upcoming weather will most likely destroy the edges. If your going to go, hurry up and be careful.
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/05 21:43:49 (permalink)
    YEAH STEELYS FOR ME I WOULD TO

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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/06 10:48:07 (permalink)
    Dont get me wrong theres some nice crappies to be had out there if u can find them how ever its no big fishery by far.
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/06 12:03:55 (permalink)
    caught over 20 perch 8-12" saturday, and on sunday went for pike and had one run but spit the hook. and there are still beavers there... saw two swimming together near the causeway last spring
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/06 13:42:39 (permalink)
    How's the ice? Thinking of going on Saturday.
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/06 20:00:55 (permalink)
    It was caught at a "secret spot"
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/06 21:27:21 (permalink)
    it was a solid 6" where we were by the flagpole...after all this rain idk tho...
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/08 08:32:23 (permalink)
    Anyone been there since the rain? Like everyone else, I would like to get out somewhere. These winters are really starting to stink.
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/02/26 19:53:40 (permalink)
    I know it has been years since any non hybrid amur pike were stocked in there, but has anyone ever caught one? Even if it was years ago... If so post a pic, I am sure everyone on this forum would love to see such an unusual fish, even pics of a hybrid amur/northern would be interesting to see!

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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/03/01 19:48:50 (permalink)
    Bunches of ice fisherman today.  Tomm. the weather looks even more promising.  Found some perch. Those were the first fish I ever caught thru the ice and I really enjoyed myself.  I think that our tip up sets need some more work.  I am confident that they were set up over perch schools but they appeared untouched for hours.  The ice was in excess of a foot in some areas.  Most of the rest was 8-10"
     
    Once the ice is off I try some perch and crappie action.  I have never caught a "big" fish out of the lake.  I have, however boated, with a partner, a couple of hundred crappies at night.  That was years ago and I have had a hard time in recent summers.
     
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    RE: GLENDALE 2008/03/01 23:47:20 (permalink)
    Awesome stuff.

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    RE: GLENDALE 2010/05/25 00:50:14 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: cjbs2003

    I know it has been years since any non hybrid amur pike were stocked in there, but has anyone ever caught one? Even if it was years ago... If so post a pic, I am sure everyone on this forum would love to see such an unusual fish, even pics of a hybrid amur/northern would be interesting to see!

    Travis



    Two year old question, Travis, but here's a picture of one. Not a real closeup but the Amur is more silvery and less greenish than a northern or a tiger.


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    RE: GLENDALE 2010/05/25 05:01:17 (permalink)
    That's a nice looking fish. How big do they get ??

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    RE: GLENDALE 2010/05/25 21:47:00 (permalink)
    Not sure, this picture I believe was taken on the Amur River itself. I have not heard of anyone landing one at Glendale since about 2000. I don't think they are that plentiful up there. The other rare fish in that lake, the bowfin, the fish comm wants them all removed from the lake as they are very detrimental to other species.
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    RE: GLENDALE 2010/05/25 23:13:42 (permalink)
    You cant remove bowfins from any pa waters.....they are a candidate species, the Fish Commision encurages you to release them...there are some uninformed officers out there though, I was at Black Moshannon a while back and was talking to a Park Ranger while I was night fishing and I was telling him that I caught a nice bowfin a week earlier and his exact words were "well did you throw it up on the bank, we dont want them in this lake", I then informed him that they were a candidate species and he argued with me for a while then left, about 20 minutes later he arrive back to apologize to me, he said he visited the fish commission web site and seen that they were in deed a candidate species....see below......
    § 75.3. Candidate species.
     (a)  General. The species listed in subsections (b) and (c) are considered candidate species which could achieve endangered or threatened status in the future. They are subject to seasons, size, creel—bag—and possession limits specified in this subpart. A person who catches these species is encouraged to release them immediately and unharmed to the waters or other area from which they were taken.
     (b)  Fishes.
       (1)  Ohio lamprey, Ichthyomyzon bdellium.
       (2)  Least brook lamprey, Lampetra aepyptera.
       (3)  American brook lamprey, Lampetra appendix.
       (4)  Bowfin, Amia calva.
       (5)  Central mudminnow, Umbra limi.
       (6)  Eastern mudminnow, Umbra pygmaea.
       (7)  Hornyhead chub, Nocomis biguttatus.
       (8)  Brook silverside, Labidesthes sicculus.
       (9)  Brook stickleback, Culaea inconstans.
     (c)  Amphibians and reptiles.
        (1)  Blandings Turtle, Emys blandingii.
        (2)  Broad-headed Skink, Eumeces laticeps.
        (3)  Timber Rattlesnake, Crotalus horridus.
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    RE: GLENDALE 2010/05/26 12:33:17 (permalink)
    Thanks sculpin, evidently I was victim of the same misinformation.   I was told the bowfins were a voracious killer of other fish.
     
    Here is a nice webpage on the Bowfin:
     
    http://www.bowfinanglers.com/bowfininfo.html
     
     
    post edited by The Tuna - 2010/05/26 12:47:06
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    RE: GLENDALE 2010/05/26 14:51:38 (permalink)
    Any recent reports from Glendale?  Is the crappie bite still on?  How about eyes?  Anyone picking up any.  Heading up to the inlaws this weekend and will be checking out Glendale and some of the other local waters. 
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    RE: GLENDALE 2010/05/26 18:48:38 (permalink)
    Maybe the WCO was thinking Snakehead and yes they are here in PA... Vicious critters... http://www.fish.state.pa.us/water/fish/snakehead/000index.htm

    Also, how is Glendale producing and is there any area to shore fish from? My girlfriend said maybe try up there in the first week of June.
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    RE: GLENDALE 2010/05/27 09:38:57 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Sculpin 14

    You cant remove bowfins from any pa waters.....they are a candidate species, the Fish Commision encurages you to release them...there are some uninformed officers out there though, I was at Black Moshannon a while back and was talking to a Park Ranger while I was night fishing and I was telling him that I caught a nice bowfin a week earlier and his exact words were "well did you throw it up on the bank, we dont want them in this lake", I then informed him that they were a candidate species and he argued with me for a while then left, about 20 minutes later he arrive back to apologize to me, he said he visited the fish commission web site and seen that they were in deed a candidate species....see below......
    § 75.3. Candidate species.
    (a)  General. The species listed in subsections (b) and (c) are considered candidate species which could achieve endangered or threatened status in the future. They are subject to seasons, size, creel—bag—and possession limits specified in this subpart. A person who catches these species is encouraged to release them immediately and unharmed to the waters or other area from which they were taken.
    (b)  Fishes.
      (1)  Ohio lamprey, Ichthyomyzon bdellium.
      (2)  Least brook lamprey, Lampetra aepyptera.
      (3)  American brook lamprey, Lampetra appendix.
      (4)  Bowfin, Amia calva.
      (5)  Central mudminnow, Umbra limi.
      (6)  Eastern mudminnow, Umbra pygmaea.
      (7)  Hornyhead chub, Nocomis biguttatus.
      (8)  Brook silverside, Labidesthes sicculus.
      (9)  Brook stickleback, Culaea inconstans.
    (c)  Amphibians and reptiles.
       (1)  Blandings Turtle, Emys blandingii.
       (2)  Broad-headed Skink, Eumeces laticeps.
       (3)  Timber Rattlesnake, Crotalus horridus.
     
     





    So are you alowed to keep bowfins. My brother caught one at glendale a few years ago. It was 27".
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