Lower Black River

Syracuse, New York

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This section of the Black River runs from the Mill Street Dam in Watertown (the first barrier impassable by Lake Ontario’s salmonids) to the mouth. Habitats range from shallow ripples and raging rapids to long stretches of flat water, deep pools, shoals, islands, ledges, steep drop-offs, gentle slopes, weed beds, lily pads—you name it. Key species: Walleye, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, chinook salmon, landlocked Atlantic salmon, brown trout, steelhead, channel catfish, and panfish

Lower Black River Professional Review and Guide

"This section of the Black River runs from the Mill Street Dam in Watertown (the first barrier impassable by Lake Ontario’s salmonids) to the mouth. Habitats range from shallow ripples and raging rapids to long stretches of flat water, deep pools, shoals, islands, ledges, steep drop-offs, gentle slopes, weed beds, lily pads—you name it. Key species: Walleye, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, chinook salmon, landlocked Atlantic salmon, brown trout, steelhead, channel catfish, and panfish"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Syracuse
Driving Directions: Directions to Lower Black River

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May 2018