Kinzua Lake Fishing at Pennsylvania's Largest Inland Lake
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An Allegheny Almanac
Kinzua Lake
Pennsylvania's largest inland lake. Photo ©2005 by Chris Lareau.

At more than 12,000 acres (according to the U.S Army Corps of
Enginneers)  Kinzua Lake holds the records for the largest Walleye
caught in New York and in Pennsylvania too. This is also the home of
the state's largest Northern Pike. Find it on Kinzua Road (Route 59)
past the Kinzua Dam 6 miles from
Warren PA.

The Allegheny Reservoir, also known as Kinzua Lake, affords carefree
boating, fishing, canoeing, water-skiing, hiking and camping, with some
sites accessible only by water. Check here for
local fishing info. For the
latest information visit the
Kinzua Allegheny Walleye Association.
Check out the
humongous fish caught here.
Beach       Boat ramps       Boat rentals      Lake dining
Fishing Guide
Kinzua Fishing
Trophy Fish. Muskie caught in Kinzua Lake, the Allegheny Reservoir, while trolling
during September state fishing championship. Don't miss out on the Pennsylvania
State Fishing Tournament held here (and on the river) every September. Headquarters
for the tournament is downstream in
Tidioute. Photo By Chris Lareau. Copyright
2011 by Use without permission is prohibited.

For quick info on river fishing, visit Allegheny Guide Service to see their recent catches.
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