Henderson Bay

Syracuse, New York

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Averaging 30 feet deep and dropping to a maximum of 40 feet, this bay is the gateway to the Golden Crescent, a group of of embayments cut into the northeastern corner of Lake Ontario like a moose antler. This fabulous fishery contains habitats ranging from weed beds and deep boulder fields to muddy flats, river mouths, islands, and rocky shoals. Key species: Black bass and northern pike

Henderson Bay Professional Review and Guide

"Averaging 30 feet deep and dropping to a maximum of 40 feet, this bay is the gateway to the Golden Crescent, a group of of embayments cut into the northeastern corner of Lake Ontario like a moose antler. This fabulous fishery contains habitats ranging from weed beds and deep boulder fields to muddy flats, river mouths, islands, and rocky shoals. Key species: Black bass and northern pike"

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

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May 2018