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Send us your catch
The trout season opener for the 18-county region of Southeastern Pennsylvania kicks off Saturday with first lines hitting the water at 8 a.m. The rest of the state’s 850,000 anglers won’t see trout season until the statewide opener April 14.
Trout must be a minimum of 7 inches long from closed mouth to slightly compressed tail points, and the creel limit is five fish.
If you happen to have a large or unusual catch, please send us your photos for possible publication in an upcoming issue of the Review. Email to: email@example.com.