Allegheny Guide Service


United States


175 Alpine Way, Warren


Latitude: 41.864575

Longitude: -79.182622

Red Childress


(814) 723-5912

(814) 688-2309

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The Allegheny River (between Warren and the Kinzua outflow) rarely freezes due to a bottom discharge flow from the Allegheny Reservoir.  This bottom discharge flow is 2-3 degrees above freezing which allows open water musky fishing year around.  Mid to late winter trips can be a mixture of casting or trolling depending on air temperatures the day of your trip.  As November/December/January approach, casting only trips may have to be re-scheduled if daytime highs fail to reach 25 degrees (with little or no wind) due to ice build-up and tissue damage to the gill rakers.  The November, December and January time period is when the muskies are the heaviest but conditions are most challenging. (We occasionally get out of the boat and take a short walk in order to get the blood flowing to the extremities.)  We will never guarantee catching a musky (of course) but as the cold water period begins and food becomes more scarce, chasing the ‘big fatties’ can be a very rewarding experience.  While navigating our site, it is easy to see when many of the fat fish are coming to the boat.  

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