Valley Forge & Montgomery County
Trout season is open in Montgomery County, and spring is the perfect time for fishing in Montgomery County. Be sure to get your license (and trout stamp) and visit one of these Montgomery County fishing spots.
GREEN LANE PARK
2144 Snyder Road
Green Lane, PA 18054
Offering three different bodies of water, Green Lane Park is a fisher's paradise. It has an abundant of fish, from large and small mouth carp to bluegill and carp. Onsite boats take sportsmen closer to the action.
Valley Forge National Historical Park
Valley Creek flows about 12 miles to the Schuylkill River, through part of the Valley Forge National Historical Park. Valley Creek is known for its springtime trout fishing, but those looking to wet a line must arrive early, before all the good spots are gone. Adding a dash of history, it's possible to cast off near where General Washington had his headquarters during the famous winter encampment of the Revolutionary War.
Pennypack Creek, located in Lorimer Park, is stocked with fish ranging from catfish to eel. An interesting landmark is Council Rock; legend has it, Native Americans held tribal meetings there.
LOCH ALSH RESERVOIR
Upper Dublin Township
Loch Alsh Reservoir is located in Upper Dublin Township and is a quiet spot to go fishing. Its clear waters are stocked by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat commission and have an abundant amount of bass and sunfish.
Manatawny Creek in Pottstown is a beautiful place to fish. Two bridges span the waterway and reflect it in a colorful mirror. It is a state stocked creek known for trout.
Beginning all the way up in Berks County, the fishable Perkiomen Creek has interesting history. The name originated from a Lenape word Pakihm Unk, which means "cranberry place" in English. It is a great place for trying to nab a big one, or simple shouldering up to a tree for a nap.
Evansburg State Park
Skippack Creek flows through the Evansburg State Park. It is stocked with rainbow and brown trout and fishermen will often pull freshwater eel from its depths.