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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-06-2011, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
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wintertime fishin on the Susquehanna in Clearfield

We bear and deer hunt close to the Curwensville Dam and have been intrigued about it and the Susquehanna river. You see, we are also avid walleye fishermen and would combine deer hunting and fishing if it was "cost effective" so to speak. In other words, is it worth taking the time from huntin to do some jigging for eyes in the Dam or the River?
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Re: wintertime fishin on the Susquehanna in Clearfield

Not from the area, but I have heard the fish are are there. If I were going myself, I would check the spillway out first. Spillways usually hold a good mix of what is available in/below the dam and they are a bit more accessible. If someone else is fishing maybe ask them their thoughts & go from there. Good luck if you try it next year! Might be worth a Sunday!

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Re: wintertime fishin on the Susquehanna in Clearfield

I live in the area and do alot of hunting and fishing around the same area. i fish the tailwaters and there a nice amount of fish there. BUT in the winter i would just forget about it. deffly in the river. theres not much water flowing. and u can't fish the spillway because its sum kind of Goverment land??? i've got fined myself for fishing the spillway. hahah $150 oops. The lake i do'tknow about don't really fish that at all. hope i helped u out

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