Pennsylvania is blessed with many clean lakes, streams and rivers that have abundant fish populations. Lake Wallenpaupack in the Lakeville and Greentown area and the Susquehanna River are two of the largest bodies of water. Both bodies of water have abundant bass and walleye populations. Lake Wallenpaupack also has a large striped bass population, panfish such as perch and bluegill also thrive there.
Fairview Lake and Lake Greeley have large perch and bluegill populations. Fairview is also stocked with trout and is popular on the season opener in april.
Lackawanna lake is loaded with big largemouth and callicoe if you can find some underwater structure and fish it thoroughly. This lake is also stocked with trout and is usually busy the first day or trout.
Lake winola in Wyoming County used to be known for its trout but is fishing well for Largemouth Bass as well as trout fished at night
Duck Harbor has big Bass and Walleye and many target perch in winter Ice fishing.