Lower Oswego River / Oswego Harbor Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"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"