‘Night Fishin’ on the Clarion River’ Slated for Tonight

clarion-river[1]COOKSBURG, Pa. (EYT) – “Night Fishin’ on the Clarion River” is set for Thursday, October 29, at the Cook Forest State Park.

The event is from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Fishing at night is often the best time to fish.

The National Wild & Scenic Clarion River contains many different kinds of fish and wildlife that are very active at night.

Fish that are often wary during the day come out of their hiding spots at night to feed. Smallmouth bass and brook trout can be readily caught during daylight, but big brownies, catfish, and walleye are often on the prowl at night.

Please bring fishing poles, lanterns, and bait to the Cook Forest Park Office.

Participant will be transported to the fishing hotspots along the river.

(Photo courtesy of Mountain Man Photography.)


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