Braddock Bay

Rochester, New York

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Fed by Salmon and Buttonwood Creeks, this 250-acre bay boasts an incredible collection of warm-water habitat. Its wide, shallow mouth sports countless old pilings. Inside, the bay offers a menu of weed beds, undercut cattail edges, rock fields, new and abandoned docks, bridge abutments—you name it. Key species: Northern pike, largemouth bass, yellow perch, black crappie, sunfish, rock bass, and brown bullhead

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"Fed by Salmon and Buttonwood Creeks, this 250-acre bay boasts an incredible collection of warm-water habitat. Its wide, shallow mouth sports countless old pilings. Inside, the bay offers a menu of weed beds, undercut cattail edges, rock fields, new and abandoned docks, bridge abutments—you name it. Key species: Northern pike, largemouth bass, yellow perch, black crappie, sunfish, rock bass, and brown bullhead"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Rochester
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May 2018