West Branch Onondaga Creek

Syracuse, New York

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Springing from rolling hills a few miles west of Syracuse, this small creek grows to fishable size just upstream of Cedarvale, enters a swamp east of the hamlet, and emerges a couple miles later in the village of South Onondaga. It joins Onondaga Creek right at the border of Onondaga Indian Nation territory. Key species: Brown trout

West Branch Onondaga Creek Professional Review and Guide

"Springing from rolling hills a few miles west of Syracuse, this small creek grows to fishable size just upstream of Cedarvale, enters a swamp east of the hamlet, and emerges a couple miles later in the village of South Onondaga. It joins Onondaga Creek right at the border of Onondaga Indian Nation territory. Key species: Brown trout"

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

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May 2018