Fishing Trails in New York
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Fishing Trails in New York

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New York has 293 fishing trails. These trails range from 1.1 to 36 miles in length. The most popular trails are Pharaoh Mountain and Lake Loop, Murphy Lake Trail and Bashakill Wildlife Management Area. Trails.com member Tom S. recently completed Schroon River, Schroon Lake, Paradox Lake, Putnam Pond, Brant Lake, and Loon Lake.
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In the Schroon Lake area of the Eastern Adirondacks, this all-day or overnight hike tags ...
North of Northville, this easy hike along a time-worn, centuries-old road accesses three ...
At this 2,200-acre wildlife management and bird conservation area—more than half of it ...
This 1,900-acre lake averages 33 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 44 feet. Its east ...
Formed in 1930 when a dam was built on the Sacandaga River, this 26,860-acre Great Sacandaga ...
Hike through a watershed for the Peconic River and explore rare coastal plains and pond-shore ...
This easy climb through rich mixed forest follows the outlet drainage to Jockeybush Lake, ...
Despite the similar names, the Black Creek Forest Preserve is a long way from the massive ...
This eTrail includes East Pine Pond, West Pine Pond, Green Pond, Polliwog Pond, Middle ...
Running from west to east for roughly 15 miles to feed Flanders Bay, this stream is dammed ...
The outlet of Lake Erie, this stream starts out at a brisk pace in Buffalo, steadily accelerates ...
Fed by Salmon and Buttonwood Creeks, this 250-acre bay boasts an incredible collection ...
Short Take: Approximately 45 miles of river; clear, rocky, weedy, islands, channels, bays. ...
In Jefferson County, 20 miles southwest of Watertown, this hike offers a relaxing stroll ...
Flowing through Buffalo, the state’s second largest city, this Lake Erie tributary got ...
Formed by the confluence of the east and west branches, this stream flows west for about ...
The 44-acre Stoney Pond averages 4 feet deep, has an island, and is loaded with emergent ...
The West Branch Tioughnioga River is the outlet of Tully Lake. It flows south for about ...
The 422-acre Kayuta Lake averages 10 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 22 feet. The ...
The 307-acre North Lake is the major source of the Black River. Averaging about 18 feet ...
Snaking from the Five Ponds Wilderness to the St. Lawrence River, a distance of more than ...
This stream’s final 15 miles, from Raymondsville to the St. Lawrence River, is free of ...
Located on the seam of the Pigeon Lake Wilderness and the Moose River Plains Wild Forest, ...
This eTrail includes Upper Saranac Lake, Middle Saranac Lake, Weller Pond, Lower Saranac ...
Set between the Saranac Lake Wild Forest and the McKenzie Mountain Wilderness, the 140-acre ...
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