Cassadaga Lakes

Buffalo, New York

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A series of three interconnected kettle lakes (formed after the last ice age when three huge chunks of ice finally melted), locals call them the upper, middle, and lower lakes. The mean depth is 8 feet, and the maximum is 50 feet. More than half the collective shoreline is undeveloped marsh. Key species: Largemouth bass, northern pike, muskellunge (Ohio River strain), bluegill, and black crappie.

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"A series of three interconnected kettle lakes (formed after the last ice age when three huge chunks of ice finally melted), locals call them the upper, middle, and lower lakes. The mean depth is 8 feet, and the maximum is 50 feet.

More than half the collective shoreline is undeveloped marsh. Key species: Largemouth bass, northern pike, muskellunge (Ohio River strain), bluegill, and black crappie."

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Buffalo
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May 2018