West Branch Fish Creek

Syracuse, New York

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Pouring out of Kasoag Lake, this stream runs over the southern edge of Tug Hill Plateau. Flowing south for 25 miles on a relatively gentle path of mild rapids and long, deep pools, it joins the East Branch in Blossvale, forming the Main Stem. Mostly wide, flat, and deep, this creek is ideal for fly fishing from a canoe. Key species: Brown trout and walleye
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by Spider Rybaak (Falcon Guides)

Pouring out of Kasoag Lake, this stream runs over the southern edge of Tug Hill Plateau. Flowing south for 25 miles on a relatively gentle path of mild rapids and long, deep pools, it joins the East Branch in Blossvale, forming the Main Stem. Mostly wide, flat, and deep, this creek is ideal for fly fishing from a canoe. Key species: Brown trout and walleye

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Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Syracuse
Driving Directions: Directions to West Branch Fish Creek

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