Best Fishing in New York

This list represents the most popular fishing in New York. Use this list to plan your next New York fishing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

This 1,900-acre lake averages 33 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 44 feet. Its east ...
This 3,764-acre lake averages 25 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 96 feet. Key species: ...
Springing from Winnisock Lake, just a few yards north of the divide separating the Delaware ...
Bubbling up from the heart of the island, the 6-mile-long, spring-fed Connetquot River’s ...
The 361-acre Lewey Lake’s wonderfully symmetrical floor gently slides from the shoreline ...
Despite the similar names, the Black Creek Forest Preserve is a long way from the massive ...
Called the devil’s piss pot in the old days because of its tendency to flood, Lower Schoharie ...
No doubt the greatest concentration of rabid surfcasters on the planet is in New York ...
Starting out as a creek averaging 15 feet wide and 10 inches deep, the Schroon River flows ...
Formed in 1930 when a dam was built on the Sacandaga River, this 26,860-acre Great Sacandaga ...
Running from west to east for roughly 15 miles to feed Flanders Bay, this stream is dammed ...
The 6,975-acre Cranberry Lake averages 6 feet deep, has a maximum depth of 38 feet, and ...
The 659-acre Cossayuna Lake averages 12 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 25 feet. ...
This stream springs from the western Adirondacks, runs for about 75 miles, and pours into ...
Known worldwide for the winter Olympic games held nearby in 1932 and 1980, the spring-fed, ...
The crown jewel of the Bashakill Wildlife Management Area, this swamp-like 800-acre impoundment ...
Long ago, Hemlock Lake had cottages all along its shore. In 1872 the city of Rochester ...
This eTrail includes East Pine Pond, West Pine Pond, Green Pond, Polliwog Pond, Middle ...
The 384-acre Horseshoe Lake averages 9 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 16 feet. Its ...
Buckhorn Island State Park sits at the northwest point of Grand Island. It’s an island ...
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