Sodus Bay

Rochester, New York

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Covering about 3,700 acres, this bay’s shoreline is heavily developed. It has three islands (from east to west: Leroy, Eagle, and Newark); a vast, shallow south end (the mouth of Sodus Creek); numerous creek mouths; and a generally shallow, weedy shoreline. It averages 25 feet deep and drops to a maximum of 40 feet. Two piers, one with a metal lighthouse, straddle its mouth. Key species: Northern pike, largemouth bass, coho salmon, chinook salmon, brown trout, steelhead, yellow perch, and black crappie

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"Covering about 3,700 acres, this bay’s shoreline is heavily developed. It has three islands (from east to west: Leroy, Eagle, and Newark); a vast, shallow south end (the mouth of Sodus Creek); numerous creek mouths; and a generally shallow, weedy shoreline. It averages 25 feet deep and drops to a maximum of 40 feet. Two piers, one with a metal lighthouse, straddle its mouth. Key species: Northern pike, largemouth bass, coho salmon, chinook salmon, brown trout, steelhead, yellow perch, and black crappie"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Rochester
Driving Directions: Directions to Sodus Bay

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May 2018