Campbell Pond Fishing Hot Spots near Hellertown, Pennsylvania

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Fishing Hot Spots near Campbell Pond

  "Fish the east bank of the lake in the areas with deadfall. I use a purple 5" YUM plastic. Most times i reel in as many smaller bass as I want to catch. No trophy fish..." Lake Sanatoga

  "Fishing for Hybrid Stripers using herring/trolling Spruce Run. Landed 16 fish ranging from 4-7 lbs- was a great day on the water!!! Highly recommend Mike from Yellow..." Spruce Run Reservoir

  "This place has toads, the biggest being up to 7 pounds. They also have crappie, perch, and sunfish for the little anglers...." Lake George

  "Fished Sat. Feb. 18. Rosedale has no ice I could see. Fishing was slow but I caught a few! It was just nice to enjoy the warmer weather! I've been going to Rosedale..." Rosedale Lake

  "Targeting the small fish in the creek near Alderfer Pond, at the confluence with the West Branch Skippack Creek. Nymping with a size 20 Hares Ear. Finally landed a..." Bullfrog Creek

  "I found this place on google maps and didnt see any signs that said no fishing except from off the bridge so my friend and i parked in the wrong driveway, and went to..." Pickering Creek Dam

  "Lake Stickle Pond in newton is not a public fishing zone it's posted private property. Andover Police and NJ fish and game police actively patrol the grounds. I got..." Stickle Pond

  "Fishing from the island between the bike bridge and dam and using Culprit 7.5" worms, I landed a 7.24 lbs Bass. My third of the season over 5 lbs. Cast out as far as..." Plainsboro Pond Dam

  "Also fished at the concrete dam today. If you jump onto the concrete block there's a pile of wood directly to the right. Threw a jig in there and caught a 4.5 lbs. LMB...." Bradford Reservoir

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About Fishing Hot Spots for Campbell Pond near Hellertown

So you're interested in fishing Campbell Pond. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Campbell Pond. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Campbell Pond enter the 40.594543 latitude, and -75.287399 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters