Skaneateles Creek

Syracuse, New York

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Skaneateles Creek breaks away from its namesake by pouring through a pipe at the dam on the lake’s north end and tumbling north for about 11 wavy miles to feed the Seneca River (New Erie Canal) west of Jordan. Along the way it runs through a couple of large rural villages and tiny hamlets and squeezes through a scenic gorge. Key species: Rainbow trout and brown trout

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"Skaneateles Creek breaks away from its namesake by pouring through a pipe at the dam on the lake’s north end and tumbling north for about 11 wavy miles to feed the Seneca River (New Erie Canal) west of Jordan. Along the way it runs through a couple of large rural villages and tiny hamlets and squeezes through a scenic gorge. Key species: Rainbow trout and brown trout"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Syracuse
Driving Directions: Directions to Skaneateles Creek

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May 2018