The outlet of Cassadaga Lakes, this creek has many faces. Starting out as warm-water habitat, it meanders for a couple miles, picks up a couple tributaries and springs, and cools down to good trout habitat.
Several miles later it slows down, flattens out, and warms up into a shallow, riverlike environment, providing 28 miles of challenging warm-water habitat before pouring into Conewango Creek. Averaging 3 feet deep, it has holes that drop to 12 feet. Key species: Brown trout, muskellunge, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass, and white sucker
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