Keystone Lake (Keystone Power Dam)

Armstrong - Pennsylvania


  • 28 catches

  • 535 followers

  • 20 spots

Owned by Keystone Power Company, Keystone Lake comprises 850 acres stretching 5.5 miles and is the largest lake in Armstrong County. The lake contains shallows and wetlands, and gets as deep as 90 feet. There are two parking areas along Route 210 for walk...

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Keystone Lake (Keystone Power Dam) Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. Musky

    25 in. Musky with a Live chubs

  2. My son Johnathan landed this. Big Battle

    35.0 in. Common Carp with a Nitro Night Crawler

  3. 0ne 0f 20 on the day... most around this size.. also caught a small musky in the 20 inch range.

    1 lb. 7 oz. 15.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a big 0

    1. Chris Devola 0
      first time i have fished there in 23 years... needless to say i was disappointed, not alot of size but constant action .. had a second musky in the 30s follow me ...more 2 or 3 times...
    2. Mark Merlin 0
      I haven't fished Keystone since I was young, but think about driving over some day to try it again.
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  4. Details: Smallmouth Bass with a Rapala Minnow Raps

    Next to a fallen tree, decent size

  5. Largemouth Bass with a chartreuse spinnerbait

  6. Blue Fish with a Bunker

    1. Randy Neusch 0
      You didnt catch that at keystone lake !
      Thats a saltwater fish .
    2. Erich Senft 0
      Nice one
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