Sandy Creek Jefferson County

Syracuse, New York

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This small creek has multiple personalities. Its headwaters contain holes and runs separated by shallow riffs. Downstream of Adams it becomes flat water. Around Woodville it enters a low gorge and slides down a clean, gentle 2- mile-long slope whose broken floor creates violent backwashes, slicks, shallow 92 Fishing Western New York pools, and runs. It feeds Lakeview Marsh Wildlife Management Area’s Floodwood Pond. Key species: Chinook salmon, steelhead, brown trout, and brook trout

Sandy Creek (Jefferson County) Professional Review and Guide

"This small creek has multiple personalities. Its headwaters contain holes and runs separated by shallow riffs. Downstream of Adams it becomes flat water. Around Woodville it enters a low gorge and slides down a clean, gentle 2- mile-long slope whose broken floor creates violent backwashes, slicks, shallow 92 Fishing Western New York pools, and runs. It feeds Lakeview Marsh Wildlife Management Area’s Floodwood Pond. Key species: Chinook salmon, steelhead, brown trout, and brook trout"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Syracuse
Driving Directions: Directions to Sandy Creek (Jefferson County)

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May 2018