More than fishing, this is an adventure for big fish on the Allegheny River. Allegheny Guide Service's mission is to teach the techniques that will make you a better angler and put every effort into providing the opportunity for a fish of a lifetime. The Allegheny River, downstream from the Kinzua Dam, yields some of the largest freshwater fish in North America. If river fishing is not your thing, you will definitely want to take advantage of our lake trips on the Allegheny Reservoir or Tionesta Lake. The Allegheny Reservoir (12,000 acres) holds numerous Pennsylvania State Records like the 17.6 walleye caught in 1980 and the 35lb. pike caught in 2003. Many biologists are convinced that the next state record musky will come from its deep, clear water. Tionesta Lake (630 acres) is considerably smaller but both waterways are very scenic and have undeveloped shorelines. While neither body of water is known for coughing up high numbers of fish, your chance at a real trophy might be worth the risk.