Oneida Lake

Syracuse, New York

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Spilling into four counties, this 51,091-acre lake is the largest body of water totally contained within the state’s borders. It averages 22 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 55 feet. Key species: Walleye, northern pike, black bass, tiger muskie, channel catfish, white bass, sheepshead, yellow perch, sunfish, and bullhead

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"Spilling into four counties, this 51,091-acre lake is the largest body of water totally contained within the state’s borders. It averages 22 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 55 feet. Key species: Walleye, northern pike, black bass, tiger muskie, channel catfish, white bass, sheepshead, yellow perch, sunfish, and bullhead"

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

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May 2018