When you think of fishing in New York, Lake Ontario probably isn't the first place that comes to mind. But it should be! This place is a hotspot for fishermen.
Summer means striper season on the Hudson (sometimes a few sharks sneak in too). The famous and celebrated fish will be active in the estuary thanks to the forsythia blooming.
Do you want to do a little sight fishing? Perhaps you will like the way the sun dances among the clear lakes. Then you'll love Oneida and its spectacular water clarity.
Only 30 miles from Rochester, New York, you'll find Canadis Lake. It is the smallest finger lake. It has only 649 surface acres. The lake is .3 miles long, .3 miles wide.
Which is the second largest lake among the Finger Lakes? Cayuga Lake. You will have a diverse fishing environment.
When fishing in New York, you must visit one of the premier walleye fisheries; Lake Erie. Walleye are abundant throughout the lake. you can troll.
Have you ever wanted to go fishing in New York but were worried about the rules and regulations? Then You'll Feel Good About Fishing at Valentino Pier.
Go on a fishing adventure! The St. Lawrence River is vast and mighty. flowing for 700 miles before reaching the Atlantic Ocean.
You might not feel like fishing in a huge river. In that case, you'll get a chance to exit Balsam Pond. The pond is located in Balsam Swamp State Forest.