Silver Lake

Buffalo, New York

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Scrubbed out of the hills of Wyoming County by a glacier during the last ice age, this 836-acre banana-shaped lake is wonderfully symmetrical. Its north and south basins are shallow, slowly sliding into a deep center, and though the east and west sides are steeper, they’re still relatively gentle slopes. Averaging about 20 feet deep, it has a trench that’s 35 feet deep running down the middle for about 70 percent of its length. Key species: Walleye, northern pike, largemouth bass, and panfish.

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"Scrubbed out of the hills of Wyoming County by a glacier during the last ice age, this 836-acre banana-shaped lake is wonderfully symmetrical. Its north and south basins are shallow, slowly sliding into a deep center, and though the east and west sides are steeper, they’re still relatively gentle slopes.

Averaging about 20 feet deep, it has a trench that’s 35 feet deep running down the middle for about 70 percent of its length. Key species: Walleye, northern pike, largemouth bass, and panfish."

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Buffalo
Driving Directions: Directions to Silver Lake

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May 2018