Cross Lake

Syracuse, New York

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To some folks, Cross Lake sounds kind of spiritual. There’s nothing holy about the place, though. Heck, some argue, since the Finger Lakes feed into it, it’s handmade. Conjecture aside, this 1,920-acre lake averages 25 feet deep, drops to a maximum depth of 65 feet, and gets its name from the Seneca River flowing in and out of its south end like the horizontal beam on Saint Peter’s cross. Key species: Northern pike, tiger muskie, black bass, and white perch

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"To some folks, Cross Lake sounds kind of spiritual. There’s nothing holy about the place, though. Heck, some argue, since the Finger Lakes feed into it, it’s handmade. Conjecture aside, this 1,920-acre lake averages 25 feet deep, drops to a maximum depth of 65 feet, and gets its name from the Seneca River flowing in and out of its south end like the horizontal beam on Saint Peter’s cross. Key species: Northern pike, tiger muskie, black bass, and white perch"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Syracuse
Driving Directions: Directions to Cross Lake

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May 2018