15 Pennsylvania Fishing Spots That Will Get You Hooked

The season starts April 1 in 18 southeastern Pennsylvania counties, and April 15 for the rest of the state, offering ample waters for fishers to perfect their cast. Licenses are required to fish in Pennsylvania, and many areas have special regulations and creel limits on fishing. Anglers are encouraged to study the regulations for favorite fishing holes at fishandboat.com.

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