Oatka Creek

Buffalo, New York

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From its source in the gentle hills just south of the village of Wyoming, this freestone stream winds for about 25 miles, slicing through pastures, agricultural fields, and woodlots in three counties before feeding the Genesee River near Scottsville. Key species: Brown trout. The state annually stocks almost 10,000 browns averaging 9 inches and1,600 two-year-olds ranging from 12 to 15 inches. They are mostly taken on worms and salted minnows early in the season and on flies in summer and autumn.
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by Spider Rybaak (Falcon Guides)

From its source in the gentle hills just south of the village of Wyoming, this freestone stream winds for about 25 miles, slicing through pastures, agricultural fields, and woodlots in three counties before feeding the Genesee River near Scottsville.

Key species: Brown trout. The state annually stocks almost 10,000 browns averaging 9 inches and1,600 two-year-olds ranging from 12 to 15 inches. They are mostly taken on worms and salted minnows early in the season and on flies in summer and autumn.

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Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Buffalo
Driving Directions: Directions to Oatka Creek

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May 2018