Upper Oswego River

Syracuse, New York

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Also called the Oswego Canal, this stream is formed by the convergence of the Oneida and Seneca Rivers at Three Rivers. Draining Oneida Lake and the eastern half of the Finger Lakes, it flows north for 22 miles to feed Lake Ontario, tumbling over six dams and passing through six locks. Key species:Walleye, northern pike, channel catfish, black crappie, largemouth bass, and smallmouth bass

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"Also called the Oswego Canal, this stream is formed by the convergence of the Oneida and Seneca Rivers at Three Rivers. Draining Oneida Lake and the eastern half of the Finger Lakes, it flows north for 22 miles to feed Lake Ontario, tumbling over six dams and passing through six locks. Key species:Walleye, northern pike, channel catfish, black crappie, largemouth bass, and smallmouth bass"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Syracuse
Driving Directions: Directions to Upper Oswego River

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May 2018