Lower Cattaraugus Creek

Buffalo, New York

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Roughly 65 miles long, the lower portion stretches from Springville Dam to the mouth, some 30 miles, and includes the fabulous Zoar Valley, a gorge with cliffs soaring up to 300 feet above the water. A shallow stream at the dam, it grows steadily, becoming river-size by the time it flows into Lake Erie. Key species: Steelhead

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"Roughly 65 miles long, the lower portion stretches from Springville Dam to the mouth, some 30 miles, and includes the fabulous Zoar Valley, a gorge with cliffs soaring up to 300 feet above the water.

A shallow stream at the dam, it grows steadily, becoming river-size by the time it flows into Lake Erie. Key species: Steelhead"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Buffalo
Driving Directions: Directions to Lower Cattaraugus Creek

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May 2018