Lake Greeley

Pike - Pennsylvania


  • 3 catches

  • 46 followers

  • 1 spots

Greeley Lake is a shallow and weedy with a large patch of water lilies and a stump field. Access is limited to a small boat launch area along Greeley Lake Road (SR-1002). The access is so small that shore anglers must yield to arriving and departing boats...

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Lake Greeley Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. 2 lb. 13 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Swim Jig

  2. Details: 1 lb. 12 in. Largemouth Bass with a rapala husky jerk

    First spring bass

  3. Giant sunfish

    Pumpkinseed with a Red worm

  4. Details: Friendly acres pond

    Community pond

    1. Tony Disilvestre 0
      Small pond with sunfish, trout, bass, crappie and maybe a pike

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