Kayak and Fish at Little Pine Lake

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Added by Shawn Grenninger

Get outside for a relaxing day of fishing on Little Pine Lake. Enjoy a variety of fishing options and keep your eyes open for nesting bald eagles.

Little Pine State Park is a beautiful park in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania near Waterville. The lake is just above the campground and dam. Follow the signs at the picnic area to the boat launch.

The lake offers a variety of fishing, stocked and native trout, smallmouth bass, pickerel, sunfish, catfish and perch. The kayak will give you the freedom to explore the entire lake as well as paddle up Little Pine Creek a short ways.

Bald eagles nest in the area so you are sure to see a bald eagle during your visit.

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Chillin, Fishing, Kayaking, Photography

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Spring, Summer, Autumn


Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Picnic Area
Swimming Hole

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Added by Shawn Grenninger

Born and raised in Central Pennsylvania exploring the beautiful outdoors by foot and kayak and spending the nights under the stars. I'm typically planning my next adventure before the current one ends and of course enjoy a good beer in the process.

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