Fishing

Cast yourself into every angler’s dream. Let the lakes and streams of the Pennsylvania Wilds lure you away from your cares. Throughout an area boasting two million acres of forested public lands and covering 12 counties, there are seemingly endless streams, rivers and lakes that beckon you to drop your line and catch that elusive native trout, largemouth bass, walleye, or frisky pan fish.  View the PA Wilds Fishing guide here.

For rules, regulations and seasons, visit Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission.

Allegheny River Island Wilderness Area

Marienville Ranger Station
131 Smokey Lane Marienville PA 16239

(814) 927-6628 | http://fs.usda.gov/attmain/allegheny/specialplaces

In 1984, Congress designated seven National Forest islands between Buckaloons Recreation Area and Tionesta as part of the National Wilderness Preservation System, to preserve vestiges of unique riverine forests. The islands are mostly vegetated with fine riverine forests of sycamore, silver maple, shagbark hickory and green ash. The Allegheny River Islands Wilderness, totaling 368 acres, is one of the smallest components of the Wilderness System in the United States. The USDA Forest Service, Allegheny National Forest, is the federal agency responsible for managing both the Wild and Scenic River and Wilderness Islands.

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