Butternut Creek

Syracuse, New York

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Bubbling to the surface just south of Apulia Station, at the divide separating the Susquehanna and Oswego River drainages, this creek flows north for about 20 miles, fills and drains Jamesville Reservoir, and pours through a gorge before joining Limestone Creek in North Manlius. Key species: Brown trout, brook trout, and carp

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"Bubbling to the surface just south of Apulia Station, at the divide separating the Susquehanna and Oswego River drainages, this creek flows north for about 20 miles, fills and drains Jamesville Reservoir, and pours through a gorge before joining Limestone Creek in North Manlius. Key species: Brown trout, brook trout, and carp"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Syracuse
Driving Directions: Directions to Butternut Creek

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May 2018