Hunting and Fishing the Wilds Way
The Pennsylvania Wilds is a game hunter’s paradise and an angler's perfect retreat. The region has nearly 2,100 designated trout streams, 16,000 miles of sparkling waterways, and 2 million acres of public land open for hunting at various times of the year. With dense forestland and a multitude of waterways, the ecosystem is home to a variety of wildlife.
Plan Your Fishing Trip
Imagine dropping your line into a mountain stream surrounded by wilderness, yet close enough to convenient town services.
Visit Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission website for more information on licenses, stocking schedules, rules and regulations, and more, and explore the interactive Keystone Select Stocked Trout Waters map.
Download the PA Wilds Fishing Guide.
Find some of the finest warm water fishing in the Allegheny National Forest. Several reservoirs and over 500 miles of pristine streams offer outstanding fishing opportunities. The Allegheny reservoir (a 12,000 acre impoundment on the Allegheny River) is the largest reservoir on the Forest.
Plan Your Hunting Trip
Explore an interactive map of hunting locations in Pennsylvania’s State Forests in the Pennsylvania Wilds.
Research hunting in the Allegheny National Forest – including big and small game hunting, and game bird / waterfowl.