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October Fall Fishing Contest
Thanks to Fink's Bait and Tackle,
Route 73, Blandon.
Win a Daiwa rod and reel combo,
a Flambeau Tackle bag, and a
Frabill 8 qt. bait bucket. $100
total value. Click "Feedback"
and enter the contest. Leave
your name, address and Phone.
Contest ends 10/27/14. Good Luck!
(No advantage to entering more than
once.)

DEZ YOUNG'S "MY BOYS" DVD
featuring Hank and Dash in the
uplands....bird dog hunting
at its best.
Order:
#21.99 + 3.99 S/H
Checks payable to:
Dez Young
5346 SW 33rd Dr.
Portland, OR 97239
www.HWHproductions.com
Makes a great Christmas gift.

Fishing Tips

“Great fishing often occurs when power dams are generating.”

Click for more tips!

Berks Fishing 10/25/14

Weather: cooling with low pressure

Water Temps: low-mid 60s in the lakes

Schuylkill flow: below normal

Lower Tully flow: low

Actively feeding fish: Fall bite in full swing
for bass, catfish, panfish, musky and walleye. Best to fish early morning/late evening

Hot lures:tubes, crankbaits, tubes and senkos for bass, live minnows, grubs, rooster tails, tricos, streamers and small nymphs

AGDO Radio Schedule

Roger Mallon and Bob Entler have been co-hosting A Great Day Outdoors for 22 years, beginning with a 1/2 hour radio show in 1990 on WEEU-AM/830 in Reading.

WEEU-AM/830, Reading, PA. Sunday Mornings at 7 a.m.

WWSM-AM/1510, Lebanon, PA. Saturday mornings at
7 a.m.

Berks County Outdoors

Watch archived editions of Berks County Outdoors with Roger and Bob and Berks Community Television, here.

Roger’s Mystery Novel

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The Case Of The Deer Camp Killer. Now available as an ebook. Read it on your computer or ebook devices. Click here to access and enjoy this funny and exciting new mystery set in the contemporary world of the outdoors. Roger has a few paper backs for sale/autographed for $10 (including postage). Contact him through “Feedback” or for Amazon paper back copies Click Here
One-man show: Here’s Mark Twain

twainLive on stage. In Mark Twain’s own words. Roger Mallon portrays America’s favorite humorist and author. Invite Mark Twain to your next meeting, luncheon or banquet. Raise money for your organization. Learn more at www.HeresMarkTwain.com.

Berks County Bait Shops

Chris’s Bait and Tackle
9611 Longswamp Road, Mertztown
610-682-4129
Open: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday, 8 am.-4 p.m. Closed Sunday

Fink’s Bait and Tackle
433 Main Street (Route 73)
Blandon
610-916-0166
Open: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday: 7 a.m.- 4 p.m.; closed Tuesdays.

Four Seasons Sporting Goods
409 Main Street
Oley
610-987-3542
Open: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri–5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Saturday-9 a.m.-2 p.m. Closed Sunday and Wednesday.

Joey’s Skateboard and Tackle Shop
1701 Centre Ave. Reading (corner Exeter)
610-478-0454
Open: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Closed Sunday.

Reifsnyder’s Ag Center
Route 183 (1 mile north of Bernville)
610-488-0667
Open: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday, 8a.m.-5; closed Sunday

Ric’s Marine
Route 183, Bernville
610-488-6251
Open: Monday-Sunday, 9 a.m-8 p.m

Terenchin’s Live Bait Shop
Routes 10 and 724, Reading
610-777-6003
Open: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-4 p.m, Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m.-2 p.m.

Wyomissing Creek Outfitters
519 Church Road, near Reading Archery Club
610-698-3910
Open: Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, 6 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday, 6 a.m.-5 p.m
and Monday-Wednesday evenings only.

Berks County Fishing Spots

Big Waters:

Lake Ontelaunee:
No boating is allowed on Lake Ontelaunee. Shore fishing only, excepting during ice fishing season.

Blue Marsh Lake: Unlimited boating allowed. Lake has a picky bass population, also popular for crappies, catfish, walleye, muskie, striper and panfish.

Schuylkill River: Under-fished resource for bass, muskie and catfish. Float trips are a popular way to fish this water. Bank fishing access is wide spread.

Small Lakes:

Hopewell Lake: (French Creek Park) 68 acres, trolling motor only, offers bass, muskie, Northern Pike, catfish and panfish. Shore fishing opportunities are limited.

Scotts Run Lake: (French Creek Park) 22 acres, cold water lake. Primarily for trout fishing, although site current state record for smallmouth bass. Trolling motor only. Lots of shore fishing spots.

Kaercher Creek Lake: (Hamburg) 31 acres. Popular for bass, muskie,panfish and trout.(Winter especially). Trolling motor only. Limited shore access.

Antietam Lake: Shore fishing only, primarily for trout, year round.

Trout Run Reservoir: Shore fishing only, primarily for bass and panfish.

Trout streams:

Spring and Fall: For many anglers, the popular trout holes are on Upper Tulpehocken, Maiden, Manatawny, Hay and Northkill creeks.

Summer trout fishing: Lower Tulpehocken from below Blue Marsh Dam to Schuylkill River.