Raystown Lake is one of the top fisheries in the entire Northeast. This 28-mile long lake has 118 miles of shoreline where you can fish for stripers, muskies, lake trout, large and smallmouth bass, channel catfish, walleyes, brown trout, white and yellow perch, crappies, carp, and bluegill. Bass fishing is especially popular at Raystown Lake. The bass here respond well to baits or lures dangled near the bottom or drop-offs and ledges. Try using soft, plastic worms, jerk baits, or lizards. Additionally, you can try fishing along the shorelines.
Raystown Lake Fish:
Raystown Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Raystown Lake.