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River Guide Jeff
08-09-2014 4:41:25 PM CST

River Report -- August 9 Another big fish day on the Allegheny. We boated around 35 smallies, two nice walleyes, and a small northern pike. Also lost several nice bass. A bunch of big smallies in the 17 to 19 inch range. All but one on Terminator spinnerbaits. Water level still up and murky; 72 degrees by late afternoon.

River Guide Jeff
08-08-2014 1:40:12 PM CST

River Report -- A nice four-hour morning half-day trip. We boated 15 smallmouth bass and an 18 inch walleye. A few smaller bass, but most were between 12 and 15 inches. Biggest was just shy of 19 inches. Terminator spinnerbaits. Water flow still up a bit and murky. 72 degrees at noon.

River Guide Jeff
08-07-2014 3:24:58 PM CST

River Report -- August 7 We had to work for bites today, but were rewarded with big fish. Boated around 15 to 20 smallmouth bass and lost a few others. But all were nice fish...nothing under a foot. Most were over 15 inches, including the biggest of the day, which went 20 inches. Terminator spinnerbaits and Winco River Darters. River level 2.5 feet above summer average and stained. 72 degrees.

River Guide Jeff
08-05-2014 1:13:25 PM CST

River Report -- August 5 A productive half-day morning trip today. We boated 15 to 20 smallmouth bass. A few small ones, but most were nice sized, including a half dozen in the 16 to 19 inch range. Terminator spinnerbaits mostly. A few on X-Raps and Winco River Darters. Water 72 degrees, a foot and a half about mid summer average, and cloudy.

River Guide Jeff
08-03-2014 3:31:25 PM CST

River Report -- Aug 2 A little slower day. Numbers down, but we caught several quality fish. About 15 smallmouth bass to 20 inches; and three walleyes, two of which were 20 inches. Terminator spinnerbaits and Rapala X-Raps. Water stained; 71 degrees.

River Guide Jeff
08-01-2014 4:03:13 PM CST

River Report -- Aug 1 We boated around 35 smallies and one walleye today. A lot more small fish in the mix. Still, we managed a few big smallies in the 16 to 18 inch range; and a 22 inch walleye. Just a couple on spinnerbaits. Most on X-Raps and Winco River Darters. Water level is dropping and clearing. Back up to 72 degrees by this afternoon.

River Guide Jeff
07-31-2014 5:10:16 PM CST

River Report -- July 31 Another fine day on the Allegheny. We boated 31 smallmouth bass and lost a few others. Like yesterday, only a handful of small fish. Most in the 13 to 16 inch range. Several over 16, including the fish of the day, a heavy 19 incher that weighed 4 pounds even. Most of the fish on Terminator spinnerbaits. Quite a few on Winco River Darters. A couple on X-Raps, including the 4-pounder. Water still above summertime average flow, stained, and 67 degrees.

River Guide Jeff
07-30-2014 2:59:26 PM CST

River Report -- July 30 A good solid day on the Allegheny. We boated at least 30 smallmouth bass. A couple dinks. Other than that, all quality-sized fish with a bunch of hard-fighters in the 14 to 16 inch range. Three biggest ones were 18 inches. A few on Winco's River Darters and X-Raps, but the majority on Terminator spinnerbaits. Water much cooler thanks to recent cold snap -- 65 degrees at the start of the day. A bit higher than normal for this time of year, and stained.

River Guide Jeff
07-25-2014 7:54:00 AM CST

River Report -- July 24 A nice four-hour evening trip. We boated around 20 smallmouth bass and one nice walleye. Several of the bass were tiny, but we managed at least a half dozen in the 14 to 16 inch range, and a bunch around 12 inches. All on X-Raps. Water about a foot higher than summer average and slightly stained. 74 degrees. Good conditions.

River Guide Jeff
07-18-2014 12:28:29 PM CST

River Report -- July 18 A productive half-day morning trip. We boated at least 20 smallmouth bass. Most of them were between 14 and 16 inches. A couple that were in the 18 inch range. All on Terminator spinnerbaits. Water temp 67 degrees. 2.5 feet above average for this time of year. And quite cloudy.

River Guide Jeff
07-15-2014 5:08:01 PM CST

River Report -- July 15 A decent day today. Numbers down a bit from Saturday's trip. We boated around 30 smallies. Also got one largemouth, one walleye and one big freshwater drum. More smaller bass in the mix, but we still got a bunch in the 15 to 18 inch range. Spinnerbaits, River Darters, X-Raps and soft swimbaits. Water stained and 73 degrees.

River Guide Jeff
07-12-2014 3:14:15 PM CST

River Report -- July 12 Another very productive day on the Allegheny. We boated/near boated around 40 smallies and one walleye. A lot of quality-sized smallmouth over 14 inches, with a couple in the 18 inch range. A few dinks. The rest wer3 12 to 14 inchers. X-Raps and Winco Solid Body River Darters. Walleye was just shy of 20 inches, and hit a Yum Money Minnow swimbait. Water 73 degrees, stained, and about 1.5 feet above typical mid-summer levels.

River Guide Jeff
07-07-2014 3:22:20 PM CST

River Report -- July 7 Another good day on the river. As I suspected, as the water cleared our numbers climbed a bit, but more small to medium-sized fish in the mix. Still, we caught at least a dozen smallmouth over 14 inches, with the largest being a quarter inch shy of 19 inches. Also caught 2 nice walleyes in the 20 to 22 inch range. The big bass and walleyes on Terminator spinnerbaits. Quite a few bass also on X-Raps. Water clearing, slowly falling, and 70 degrees.

River Guide Jeff
07-06-2014 5:03:45 PM CST

River Report -- River level finally down to a nice level with decent clarity. We had a great day. 28 smallmouth bass, two 22 inch walleyes and a northern pike. All but five of the bass were over 12 inches. Most in the 14 to 17 inch range. Several lunkers up to 21 inches (4.5 pounds), my client's personal best smb. Most of the fish on spinnerbaits. Also some on Rapala X-Raps. The big bass on Winco's River Darter. Water 69-70 degrees and stained.

River Guide Jeff
07-03-2014 5:22:54 PM CST

River Report -- Water slightly better condition for the first couple hours of a half-day outing. We managed four nice smallies and one walleye. Then the water started to rise again and muddy up more. With Kinzua and Tionesta reservoirs nearly back to summer pools, and no rain in the immediate forcast, the river is projected to drop significantly during the next 48 hours. Conditions should be much improved by Sunday. Water temperature was 69 degrees and muddy when we got off the river in Parker late morning.

River Guide Jeff
07-01-2014 3:04:18 PM CST

Keystone Lake Report -- My client Wes fishes with me multiple days during the July 4 week, a tradition started a few years ago. With the Allegheny still high and muddy we fished Keystone Lake today. Boated around 20 bass. Mostly largemouth, including three very nice ones. And a nice smallie. One of the highlights of the day was Wes getting a follow from one of Keystone's big smallies -- a 20-inch class fish. Followed an X-Rap to within 15 feet of the boat but wouldn't take. Most of today's fish on River Darters and X-Raps. A few on Texas-rigged worms. Water clear and 79 degrees.

River Guide Jeff
06-30-2014 6:31:17 PM CST

Fishing Report June 30 -- I've made the best of the wet weather by enjoying some excellent fishing for native brook trout and wild browns over the past week. Back on the river guiding today. Very high, muddy conditions. We managed a half dozen smallies up to 16 inches. Spent the last half of the day on Kahle. A heavy algae bloom on Kahle. Only six largemouth bass; nothing of any great size. Allegheny was about 5.5 feet above average for this time of year. And only 65 degrees.

Dave Parisi
06-25-2014 12:24:05 PM CST

A couple big smallies

River Guide Jeff
06-21-2014 2:03:01 PM CST
Fishing Report -- June 20 Unrelenting rain the the resulting high/dirty water kept me off the river until today. We started off on Kahle. The lake was up about three feet from all the rain (still about 2.5 to 3 feet below "normal" pool). Also discolored. We managed about 30 largemouth during the morning session. The biggest in the 2 pound range. Wacky worms, Texas rigged worms and craws, and River Darters took fish. Even though the river was still up, pushing hard, and very dirty, we spend a couple hours on it during the afternoon. Only managed two smallies, but they were both in the 18 to 19 inch range. Both on spinnerbaits. Kahle was 72 degrees. River 67. River is dropping quickly, but with more rain forecast for next week can't predict when good conditions will return.

River Guide Jeff
06-08-2014 4:42:03 PM CST

Fishing Report -- June 8 A Kahle/Allegheny split trip today. Kahle's action was typical of the past few trips. Numbers down somewhat, but many more quality-sized largemouth. During the morning we boated around 20 bass, including one that weighed just over 4.5 pounds. The river was somewhat slow. The smallies were tough to some by, likely a post-spawn funk that typically occurs after they get off beds. We caught around a dozen bass, including several 15 to 16 inchers. Also two walleyes, and one rainbow trout (a quite unusual catch for the river in the Parker area). Water 71 degrees, clear, and normal flow. The river bass action should pick up with a week or so.

River Guide Jeff
06-06-2014 3:18:47 PM CST

River Report -- June 6 Today was a smallmouth/walleye trip. We boated 5 walleyes; around 15 bass. I appears most of the smallmouth bass spawning activity is winding down. The bass were scattered in a variety of areas. No real pattern today. We caught them on Hard and soft jerkbait, Wacky Worms, Lake Fork swimbaits. Just not a lot on any one presentation. Water slightly stained and 68 degrees.

River Guide Jeff
06-05-2014 9:01:13 PM CST

River Report -- June 6 We did a half-day evening trip today. Started slow, likely the result of the post cold front conditions. A good flurry of action during the witching hour. We ended up with 15 to 20 bass landed, and many others lost/missed. Winco River Darters and Yum Dingers.

River Guide Jeff
06-04-2014 5:44:45 PM CST

River Report -- A good day on the river today. We boated/near-boated around 30 smallies and one decent northern. Most of the bass were in the 14 to 17 inch range. All of them were taken in areas close to spawning flats. Water was fairly clear, normal level and 70 degrees. Winco's River Darter and Rapala Husky Jerk took all of the fish.

River Guide Jeff
05-31-2014 5:07:15 PM CST
Fishing Report -- May 31 A slower day today. We spent the first 3 hours of the day on Kahle. Boated a dozen or so largemouth. Moved to the river. Caught about 10 smallies, with about half being in the 15 to 17 inch range. Water still quite stained, a foot or so above normal, and 64 degrees.

River Guide Jeff
05-30-2014 4:35:02 PM CST

Fishing Report -- May 30 We started the day on the Allegheny, which is down to a fishable level. After doing quick drift through some typically-productive water without a hit, we made a quick move to Kahle. During the seven hours we fished Kahle we boated 68 largemouth bass. A lot of small to medium size bass, but at least a dozen in the 1.5 to 2.5 pound range, and one that looked to be over 3 pounds lost next to the boat. We caught them on a variety of presentations, including Winco's River Darters, Predator Craws and Wacky Worms. Also a bunch on Rapala Husky Jerks and X-Raps. The river should be good very soon, likely within a day or two.

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