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Musky Fishing in State College

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Do we have any musky hunters in the state college area? I'm up at school right now and I've got all my toothy critter gear, but I have no idea where to fish for these things. I've heard of them in bald eagle creek (I think that was it), and I know there's some up past Altoona in Prince Gallitzin, but other than that I'm clueless. If anyone could point me in the right direction, or would like to do some musky fishing this fall, shoot me a PM. I've gotta land one of these greased pigs.

Ty

Posted on: 2013/9/18 8:49
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The big "J" is probably the best water. Go on to PAFBC site they have a map showing all stocked musky waters. But these fish travel.

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Yeah I've heard the Big J has em as well. I've been looking around on the website and all I have to say is ... I wish I had a boat haha.

Also, I'm willing to drive an hour or two if there's accessible water (wading, shore, etc).

Posted on: 2013/9/18 10:31
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Stop down in TCO state college. Those guys might be able to help.

Posted on: 2013/9/18 11:53
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Not sure you'll find any muskies but the Juniata is very wadeable from Lewistown up. Lots of places around Huntingdon. Not far from State College.

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Thanks McSneak.

Paco, I talked to all of the guys there about them for a bit but didn't get much. Although, one guy did tell me that the leader of the PSU fly fishing club up here is addicted to musky fishing too so we'll see what he has to say on Thursday

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Who's the president of the psu club?

Posted on: 2013/9/18 14:50
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The guy in TCO said his name is Lenny. I'm pretty sure he's a student here.

Posted on: 2013/9/18 15:55
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Yep - Juniata River - focus on the section above Lewistown.

Also: Raystown Lake and the West Branch of the Susky around Williamsport and the main stem below Sunbury.

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The guy in TCO said his name is Lenny. I'm pretty sure he's a student here.


That is probably the famous (or infamous) Lenny Gliwa who works for TCO. I met him in the Reading shop. He has a blog on the TCO website but don't think he's updated it in awhile. Also is featured on some of their youtube tying videos. Some guys on here know him.

Posted on: 2013/9/18 16:16
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Ha Im friends with Lenny. Just talked to him a couple weeks ago. He's a good guy.

Posted on: 2013/9/18 16:18
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Protip: He's filled with protips.

#protip

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Haha nice I'll have to get in touch with him

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Re: Musky Fishing in State College

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There are Muskies in the Juniata. I was fortunate to catch a 40" Muskie several years ago wading near Mount Union just below Huntingdon.

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Yes there are muskies in the Juniata, they have tormented me for the past two years.

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