Pennsylvania Reservoirs Open for Fishing
The below list of Pennsylvania American Water-owned reservoirs are currently open for fishing. All PA Fish & Boat Commission Rules apply. Shoreline fishing at the reservoirs will be allowed, but wading is not permitted. Boats are also not permitted on the waterways. Reservoirs will be closed to fishing between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. Commonwealth inland fishing rules and regulations and Fish & Boat Commission property regulations apply to these properties. The areas open to fishing have been posted with signs indicating the boundaries.
• Curtis Reservoir – Madison Twp.
• Dunmore #1 Reservoir – Dunmore
• Elmhurst Reservoir – Roaring Brook Twp.
• Griffin Reservoir – South Abington & Scott townships
• Maple Lake – Spring Brook Twp.
• Ceasetown Reservoir (aka Pikes Creek) Reservoir in Hunlock Creek
• Comforts Pond – Susquehanna
• Thorn Run Reservoir – Oakland Twp.
• Lake Oneida – Oakland Twp.
• Rock Run Reservoir – West Caln Twp.
Lake Scranton Reservoir is open for fishing for physically challenged individuals through a cooperative agreement with Allied Services. Fishing is only permitted at the handicap fishing pier on designated days and must be coordinated through Allied Services. For more information on Allied’s Fishing Fridays program, please call 570-348-1303
Griffin Reservoir, South Abington Township, features a handicapped-accessible fishing pier and paved parking area near the intersection of Scott Road and Reservoir Road.The pier is open for fishing from 5 a.m. until 9 p.m.Commonwealth inland fishing rules and regulations and Fish & Boat Commission property regulations apply.
Please contact PA Fish & Boat Commission if you have additional questions.