Allegheny River

Buffalo, New York

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Rising in Pennsylvania’s Potter County, the Allegheny River comes up to New York as a wide, slow-moving stream averaging 4 feet deep, punctuated with holes up to 12 feet deep. Only running through New York for about 40 miles, totally within Cattaraugus County, it slices through two cities and ends its tour of the state on Seneca Allegany Indian Territory as the Allegheny (Kinzua) Reservoir. In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, it joins the Monongahela River to form the mighty Ohio River. Key species: Muskellunge, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, bluegill, and rock bass

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"Rising in Pennsylvania’s Potter County, the Allegheny River comes up to New York as a wide, slow-moving stream averaging 4 feet deep, punctuated with holes up to 12 feet deep. Only running through New York for about 40 miles, totally within Cattaraugus County, it slices through two cities and ends its tour of the state on Seneca Allegany Indian Territory as the Allegheny (Kinzua) Reservoir.

In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, it joins the Monongahela River to form the mighty Ohio River. Key species: Muskellunge, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, bluegill, and rock bass"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Buffalo
Driving Directions: Directions to Allegheny River

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May 2018