Every Turn a Treasure
The mighty Susquehanna River runs through the tri-county region creating great year-round fishing opportunities for anglers of all levels to catch smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, American shad, perch, rock bass, bullheads, trout, catfish, muskellunge, and many more. For more information on the region’s top fishing spots contact the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau.
Experience Sullivan, Susquehanna, & Wyoming Counties.
Whether you fish off a boat, along the shoreline, or standing in the middle of the water, there are plenty of places to cast your line in the Endless Mountains of Northeastern PA.
Two Counties. One Destination.
From dozens of mountainous Class A wild trout streams to eight public lakes, your next fishing adventure awaits in Tioga and Potter Counties. Target trophy sized trout in two Pennsylvania Keystone select waters on Pine Creek and First Fork Sinnemahoning. Experience numerous fly hatches on Kettle Creek, Alleghany River, Pine Creek, and many other stocked and wild trout waters.
Endless Outdoor Adventure.
With four seasons of natural beauty and endless outdoor adventures, we invite you to explore Columbia and Montour counties from the water. The north branch of the mighty Susquehanna River flows directly through both counties, and provides one of the best outlets for fishing in all of central Pennsylvania.