Chaumont Bay

Syracuse, New York

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Covering 9,000 acres, this bay is the biggest in the Golden Crescent. The isthmus connecting Point Peninsula to the mainland is so low and narrow, some folks won’t drive over it on windy days for fear their cars will be swept into the bay. Key species: Northern pike, walleye, black bass, and yellow perch
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by Spider Rybaak (Falcon Guides)

Covering 9,000 acres, this bay is the biggest in the Golden Crescent. The isthmus connecting Point Peninsula to the mainland is so low and narrow, some folks won’t drive over it on windy days for fear their cars will be swept into the bay. Key species: Northern pike, walleye, black bass, and yellow perch

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Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Syracuse
Driving Directions: Directions to Chaumont Bay

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May 2018