Buffalo River Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Flowing through Buffalo, the state’s second largest city, this Lake Erie tributary got dumped on quite a bit in the past. Indeed, in the 1960s about all that plied its sticky waves were brown nasties—not trout, either.
Currently the stuff flowing through it resembles water again, prompting some to proclaim it one of the state’s greatest environmental success stories. Key species: Walleye, smallmouth bass, and steelhead"