Marsh Creek State Park
MarshCreek State Park is a 535 acre lake surrounded by 1705 acres of beautiful Chester County countryside. Two boat launches, boat rentals, food concession stand, swimming pool, and picnic areas make this park a great place for everyone. Fisherman can try their luck for largemouth bass (up to 10 Lbs.), small mouth bass (up to 5 Lbs.) , and musky (up to 50 inches) Also abundant panfish, including yellow perch (up to 16"), crappies ( up to 15"), and bluegills over a pound! Spring fishing is always best, starting right after ice out (approx March), until the weather warms the water excessively. Then you must either fish deep or at night for best results. Water depths exceed 60' towards the dam. Spring fishing us usually best in shallower water such as areas like "the bridge", where plenty of panfish can be found, and bass fishing turns on early. There is an occasional musky caught during the spring spawn and sometimes even a walleye which are becoming a rarity. Marsh Creek is a state park and is free to the public and open year round. Boats need pre-registraion or launch permit(manually operated) to launch. Park office phone number is 610-458-5040.
Take rt 100 north to eagle, make left on Park Rd and follow into Marsh Creek Parking Lot
Located in Hibernia County Park off of route 82 & Hibernia Rd. Lake has a boat launch (electric motors only), wading section and plenty of shore fishing.
Bass, Pickeral, Trout, Panfish. This is a panfish enhancement lake with size restrictions on bluegills, crappie and perch.
Located in Honey Brook Township. Located off of Chestnut Tree Rd. 90 acre lake with boat launch. Electric motor only, shore fishing available. Bass, walleye
musky, panfish, and plenty of catfish and carp. County owned and maintained by the fish commission.
Scotts Run Lake
One of two lakes located in French Creek State Park. Scotts Run is a cold water lake and is stocked with Trout. Also contains bass and panfish (state record smallmouth was caught here) Boat launching availabe, electric motors only. Shore fishing is available as well. Total of 21 acres.
Take 23 West from route 100
8 miles to route 345 north. Follow to signs for French Creek State Park. Signs will lead you to the lake.