Region: Pennsylvania Wilds
Located in Tioga County, this 67-acre lake has a variety of fishing and boating opportunities. Yellow perch, black crappies and blue gills are the most abundant panfish. Find some good catches of walleye, chain pickerel and stocked trout. Early season trout-stocked water. Anglers 16 years and older must possess a valid fishing license. A summary of other fishing regulations is provided from issuing agents statewide. Primary boating opportunities include shallow-draft, lightweight fishing boats, canoes and inflatables. Electronic motors only are permitted. The access area is open 24/7 with a large parking lot. The operation of boats powered by internal combustion motors is prohibited. Non-powered boats using state-controlled accesses or property must display a valid registration or launch permit. Obey all posted signs and aids to navigation.