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PA
United States
41° 17' 28.8888" N, 80° 26' 47.6124" W

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Fishing Report Provided by PA Great Lakes Region - darl black
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:71-80 F | Clarity: Cloudy
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July 22, 2014
Jerry @ CDS; filed 7-21: “Not hearing a lot from customers, although they are buying up all my Bomber Long As in any blue pattern – which usually means the stripers are hitting at Arthur and possibly She-nango.” RJ Graham (Tionesta); filed 7-20: “I pre-fished Shenango on the 16th for upcoming bass tournament; a tough day, I caught only 2 bass and 1 crappie. Pre-fished on the 19th, catching only four small bass on a Carolina rig. However on the 19th, Steve Hughes caught 3 keeper smallmouth bass in the Shenango River arm of the lake. During the tournament on the 20th, nobody had a limit of bass. Rob Genter won the event with 3 bass for 5.4 pounds. My biggest bass didn’t make 15 inches. Shenango has been really tough the last two weeks – likely due to the rising and falling level and dirty water.” Ken Smith (Sharon); filed 7-19: “I fished Shenango on the 17th for crappies – catching and releasing over 60 crappies from 7” to 13”. The smaller fish are on blow downs along shore and the bigger fish are on brush in open water. Boat traffic makes it hard to fish the open water brush, so I settled for casting to the blow downs. Casting & counting the jig down, as well as a jig-n-bobber are working.”
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Fishing Report Provided by PA Great Lakes Region - darl black
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp: | Clarity:
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
July 8, 2014
Ken Smith (Sharon); filed 7/7: I fished Shenango on Saturday, 7/5, with a couple of my grandkids. We threw jigs for crappies in the blow downs. Caught over 40 and released all of them. Bobby Garland Baby Shads were the best baits. I had a great time with JJ and Mya.” (See Livewell photos) Mike Martin (Cochranton); filed 6/30: “John Wilpula and I fished She-nango Lake on Saturday, June 28. We were on the water at 5:15 AM and fished until 11:00 AM. We only boated one smallmouth but John and I each lost a pig just around the corner from the ramp. Daylight had just broken. Both fish were in wood along shore. John hooked his big bass on a square-bill crank. It was a good largemouth, and we had it almost in the net when it shook loose. Bummer. Less than 5 minutes later, I hooked up with a dandy largemouth on a spinnerbait. I had it to the boat only to see the fish say ‘see ya’ as it shook loose also. Darn!”
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