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Pennsylvania Trout Information Pages
Complete information on trout fishing and management in Pennsylvania. Icludes links to fishing facts, stocking program, advisory, regulations, and general information.

Pennsylvania Trout Management
Outline of trout management in Pennsylvania. In 1983 the Commission moved into a new era in management of Pennsylvania's trout fisheries. In a bold break from long established practices and tradition, statewide management was implemented (like waters were managed under the same guidelines no matter what county or region of the state). Gone were the days of county quotas and license sales driving the number of hatchery fish assigned to counties. For the first time trout fishery management decisions were made on individual waters based on resource classification which took key biological and social factors into consideration in assigning waters to the appropriate resource category.

Pennsylvania Trout Regulations Article
Pennsylvania Trout Regulations Article

Pennsylvania Trout Stocking Program Changes
A report on recent changes made to Pennsylvania's trout stocking program.

Pennsylvania Water Trails Information
Inforamtion on PA River and Water Trails System: Includes Susquehanna River Trail, Ohio River Basin, Delaware Rver Basin and others - a map and guide to this river by boat.

Pennsylvania Wilderness Trout Streams
This report identifies and lists Pennsylvania Wilderness Trout Streams

Pennsylvania Winter Trout Stocking 2003
This listing was current as of the date it was posted, 2/18/03. Stocking schedules continually change, the statewide listing is kept current. While just a small part of the Commissionís overall adult trout stocking efforts, the Winter Trout Stocking Program is a useful management tool, allowing trout fishing to be extended throughout the year. Fall, winter and late winter programs augment the traditional spring stockings and provide additional opportunities for the stateís anglers.

Pennsylvania Young Angler Education Kids Pages
Pennsylvania Young Angler Education Programs Pages - with links to kids pages and activities for you to lead.

Pennsylvania's Biggest Fish 2000
Pennsylvania fish records for the year 2000

Pennsylvannia Upcoming Educator/Instructor Training Dates
The State of Pennsylvania sponsors instructor training in a wide variety of topics such as amphibians and reptiles, Project Wild, basic boating, fishing skills, and water rescue.

Pensylvania North East Marina
Pensylvania North East Marina - With slips for boats and more (owned by PA Fish and Boat Commission)

Smart Angler's Notebook - What Makes Fish Colorful?
What Makes Fish Colorful? - A one page pdf document by Carl Richardson

The Collection of Aquatic Organisms in Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is charged under Commonwealth law with the protection and management of aquatic organisms and the places they live. A large part of this protection role is developing and enforcing laws and regulations. These regulations vary, but they include setting seasons, establishing minimum sizes and limits, regulating equipment use, and establishing licenses and permits.

The Science of Trout Stocking in Pennsylvania
This PDF document details the science of staocking trout. The PA Fish and Boat Commission stocks millions of trout every year, and the fish are put in PA waters for anglers to catch. The document details stocking criteria, and incluides details on the trout species stocked in PA waters.

What's Wild? Stocked and wild trout in PA
As you know, the Commission stocks fish across the state to provide a variety of fishing opportunities. These fish are grown in our hatcheries. Then we stock them so you can catch them. We stock nearly 5,000 stream miles with trout that you can catch and keep. We call these trout "catchable" because they are at least 7 inches long. That's the minimum size for trout. But there are parts of some trout streams that we don't stock. These waters are still great places to fish.

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