Class A Wild Trout Stream Maps

Updated 2014. Click on the >>>PA Downloads Link in the Resources Menu to download this KMZ for free!

Class A Wild Trout Streams are defined by the PA Fish and Boat Commission by trout biomass:  specifically streams supporting more than 40kg/hectare (if dominated by Brown or Rainbow Trout) or 30kg/hectare (if dominated by Brook Trout). 


This KMZ maps all of the Class A streams in the state.  Click on a stream segment to view its attributes.  The thickest lines show streams with at least one mile of public frontage; middle thickness plots streams with some public access but less than 1 mile; thinnest are streams with no public access noted in the database.  The balloon also lets you know the type of fishery, which is usually Brown or Brook Trout. provides the most extensive collection of information about where and how to locate wild trout streams. All for free.

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