Lake Naomi Fishing
Lake Naomi is one of the largest private lakes in Pennsylvania and because no gas powered boats are permitted, the waters are also one of the cleanest and clearest in the North East.
Lake Naomi has nine marinas for storing your boat. As our guest you will also have access to our row boat which is parked on Deer Trail Lake. It’s a 12 foot Sun Dolphin Jon boat which can seat two people.
Lake Naomi Fishing Programs
Lake Naomi offers instructional programs in artificial lures, fly-fishing, artificial lures and stream studies.
Lake Naomi also has a number of fishing programs including:
- Annual Bass Tournament
- Kid’s Fishing Clinic
- Youth Fishing Derby
- Fly Fishing Clinic
- Fly Fishing Strategies
- Kayak Tours
- Fish Stockings
Lake Naomi Fishes
The fish that are abundantly found in Lake Naomi include large-mouth bass, small-mouth bass, trout, crappie, pickerel, panfish, perch, bluegill and walleye.
The Lake Naomi community encourages live release of all trout and all walleye and bass must be live released. Releasing these species not only increases reproduction but also allows them to provide you sport another day.
Lake Naomi Season, Sizes & Creel Limits
Trout: Season opens the second Saturday in April. Anglers can keep up to 4 trout per day that are at least 7″ in length. After the first Saturday in September fishing for trout is still allowed but catch and release must be practiced.
Bass: Both large-mouth and small-mouth bass season opens on the third Saturday in June and closes January 1st. No bass may be kept, all bass must be live released.
Pickerel: Season is open year-round and anglers may keep up to 4 fish per day that are at least 18″ in length.
Walleye: Season is open year-round but all walleye must be live released.
Panfish: Which includes Bluegill, Yellow Perch, Crappie and catfish have no size limits and no seasonal restrictions.
Lake Naomi Fishing Locations
There is no fishing permitted on any of the beaches. You can fish from a boat, one of the indicated access points (the A’s on the map below) or from the public shoreline (the green areas on the map below). All other shoreline should be considered private property and fishing is not permitted.