Fishing Page

- PA Opening Day for Trout for whole state this year is April 18th.
- YEAR-ROUND FISHING - Some trout waters managed under special regulations are open to year-round fishing. For instance, the PFBC's Keystone Select Stocked Trout Waters are managed under Artificial Lures Only and Catch-and-Release regulations and feature high concentrations of trophy-sized trout. You can also fish for other species like bass, panfish, or catfish at a creek or lake that is not stocked with trout. There are lots of great options out there! Check out the PFBC's online list of Pennsylvania's Best Fishing Waters by navigating to

Click Here for Middletown Reservoir Map

2010 Stocking Schedule

4 Common Trout Types

Fishing Places (non-trout)
  1. (starting point goes here)
  2. 40.156442,-76.42313
  3. 40.14857,-76.461411
  4. 40.177168,-76.451797
  5. 40.221223,-76.450253
  6. 40.225548,-76.458149
  7. 40.165757,-76.387081


Other Siteses
Rainbow & Brown Trout: "Both rainbow and brown trout are present in many North
American, British and European waters and rivers."

"The most popular lures for both species are small spinners. Upstream fishing is the best
method to choose, as the fish has the chance to see the “food” coming towards it, but in
a brisk flow it can be difficult to keep a spinner working well."

"In these circumstances a small sinking minnow may work better. A floating lure can be
“trotted down” and the retrieve started just before the place where you believe the trout
are lying."

"Brown trout are rather nervy, so fish nice and discretely. They will if in the right mood take
fairly large lures, whereas rainbows prefer small baits. Rainbows love bright colours-
Reds-Oranges and Fluorescents, whereas browns seem to go for silvers-yellows and
naturals best."