Fishing Trails Near Binghamton, NY
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Fishing Trails Near Binghamton, NY

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Binghamton has 14 fishing trails. Trails.com member David L. recently completed Cayuta Creek. See all Binghamton trails.
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This 117-acre lake averages 4 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 12 feet. Key species: ...
Spawned by the union of the Cohocton and Tioga Rivers in Painted Post, this medium-size ...
Relatively deep and slow moving, this warm-water stream snakes up from Pennsylvania and ...
This warm-water stream flows for about 50 miles, through a gently rolling countryside ...
Built in 1965 and currently owned by the Newark Valley School System, this 15-acre impoundment ...
The crown jewel of Chemung County’s 500-acre Park Station Recreation Area, this spring-fed ...
This Chemung River tributary drains Cayuta Lake. Starting off as a warm-water fishery, ...
Its shoreline only about half developed, this 518-acre lake averages 10 feet deep and ...
The longest (38 miles) digit in the system, this 42,000-acre lake averages 180 feet deep ...
After diving off the falls in Ludlowville, this scenic stream runs through a slate gorge ...
This stream gathers numerous tributaries rolling down from the hills towering above Ithaca ...
Springing from the highlands of southern Cayuga County, this creek wiggles downhill for ...
This lake covers 64 acres, averages 15 feet deep, and has a maximum depth of 22 feet. ...
Formed by the convergence of several brooks between Morrisville and Hamilton, this stream ...
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