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Fishing report: Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018 |

Fishing report: Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018

• The Tionesta Outlflow is offering up a variety of catches to fishermen trolling its waters, including muskellunge, northern pike and walleye. Anglers are seeing plenty of success near the wall and near the campground side.

• Anglers fishing Tionesta Lake are picking up plenty of muskellunge. According to reports, the muskellunge population at the lake is expected to hold until the early days of winter. The hot spots around the lake appear to be the shorelines.

• Panfish is the popular catch of late at Conewango Creek. Anglers are seeing the best results with the panfish at the point where the creek and the Allegheny River converge.

• The Allegheny River in Warren County still is offering up some solid fishing, with anglers reeling in panfish, white bass and walleye around the Kinzua Dam area. Over by Mead Island, fishermen are catching smallmouth bass, walleye and bluegill.

• Two Lick Reservoir is shaping up to be a promising spot for anglers in search of yellow perch. According to reports, the area around Allen Bridge is harboring plenty of perch and the occasional largemouth bass. The bait of choice for anglers in the area is minnows.

• The recent stocking at Blue Spruce Lake is making for some good fishing, as fishermen are finding trout and largemouth bass. The popular baits for both fish have been nightcrawlers and minnows.

• The Ohio River in Allegheny County is hosting a solid population of bass and walleye. Anglers are picking up both types of fish in the tributaries that lead up to the Ohio River and are doing well using dark colored plastic baits and spinners.

Kevin Lohman is a freelance writer.

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