Lower Oswego River / Oswego Harbor Professional Review and Guide
"Lake Ontario’s second largest tributary, this river drains the Oneida Lake and Finger Lakes watersheds. Dropping roughly 125 feet in its 23.7-mile existence, its last dam is in downtown Oswego, the oldest port city on the Great Lakes. Its mouth is kept from roaming by jetties. Key species: Chinook salmon, brown trout, steelhead, walleye, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, northern pike, channel catfish, freshwater drum, yellow perch, sunfish, rock bass, black crappie, and brown bullhead"