Where Duck in Pennsylvania Walk on Fish

Where Duck in Pennsylvania Walk on Fish

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ducks paPennsylvania - If you enjoy outdoor activities, you will love where the ducks walk on the fish in Linesville, Pennsylvania. This picturesque attraction is located at Pymatuning State Park, one of Pennsylvania's most visited state parks. You can reach the Spillway from one of the two parking lots on the park grounds. The Spillway is only 100 yards away from the parking lot, and the concrete walkway connects the two lots.

Pymatuning State Park

There are thousands of giant Pennsylvania carp swimming near the spillway, so many that the ducks can walk on the fish.  These fish are often seen frolicking in the spillway, where they feed off bread that visitors to the area throw into the water. The spillway is the best place to view this attraction. Its popularity has helped the town of Linesville thrive. The government initially wanted to shut down the reservoir, but residents and visitors fought to prevent it from being drained. The fish are more active in the spring than at other times, so it's best to visit during this time. However, you should know that the fish may not be present in winter.

The spillway is surrounded by chain-link fencing, which can make it easy for children to drop bread.  Also, portions of the fence are loose, so supervise children closely. Despite the safety measures, the park allows people to feed the fish. However, visitors are cautioned to be safe and use proper containers for feeding the wildlife.

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