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Fishing Lakes in Bucks County PA

Bucks County has a lot to offer for people looking to explore the outdoors.  There are a few really good fishing lakes in Bucks County if you want to catch trophy bass, trout and even walleye. 

man fishing in bucks county lake

Grab your fishing buddies and check out these lakes for your next fishing trip in Bucks County.

These are the Best Bucks County Fishing Lakes:

  • Lake Nockamixon
  • Lake Galena
  • Lake Luxembourg
  • Van Sciver Lake

Lake Nockamixon, Quakertown

Well known for bass fishing and the occasional muskie, Lake Nockamixon is one of the top lakes in Bucks County for anglers looking to catch some trophy fish. 

lake nockamixon

This lake allows gas and electric powered boats.  You can also rent a boat for the day from their marina.


Lake Galena, Doylestown

Lake Galena is a local favorite for anglers searching for smallmouth bass, blegill and catfish. 

lake galena in bucks county

This reservoir was created in 1974 when they built a dam on the North branch of the Neshaminy Creek and is part of Peace Valley Park. 

You can fish from shore or watercraft limited to electric and gas powered, but less than 10 horsepower engines.


Lake Luxembourg, Langhorne

Located in Core Creek Park, Lake Luxembourg is popular fishing destination in Lower Bucks County near Langhorne. 

core creek park lake

This lake is stocked each year with trout from the Pennsylvania hatcheries and the season opens in early April. 

During the summer the water temps are too hot to support trout year round so get there before June to try your luck at rainbow trout

Otherwise it is a great spot for bass fishing, catfish and bluegills.  Ice fishing is also popular here if the temps and ice conditions are right.


Van Sciver Lake, Levittown

Van Sciver Lake is one of the top lake sin Bucks County for bass fishing enthusiasts. 

Source: fishidy.com

The lake is stocked with bass, walleye, northern pike, pickerel, and striped bass and managed by the Penn Warrner fishing club. It is private access to members and guests only.

Always be sure to check your local rules and regulations before fishing!


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