Fishing

East Koy Creek

  • Brook & Brown Trout, Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass, one of western New York's best trout streams. Guide #1, pp. 149-154.
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Wiscoy Creek

  • Wild & stocked Brown Trout. One of New York's finest trout streams. Fed by cold springs, season-long fishing. Guide #1, pp. 156-161.
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Catharine Creek

  • Late fall/early winter (also early spring) spawning runs of Seneca Lake Rainbow Trout. Guide #2, pp. 94-96.
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Lake Ontario

  • Often very large Chinook, Coho & some Atlantic Salmon, Steelhead & other Trout, Smallmouth Bass & others. Guide #2, pp. 268-310.
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Sugar Creek

  • Trout. Gravel bottom, excellent water quality, fishable all season. Guide #1, pp. 102.
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Spring Creek

  • Abundant, wary wild Trout. Spring Creek (a.k.a. Spring Brook) is the source of water for the Caledonia Fish Hatchery. A very clear limestone stream; special regulations. Guide #1, pp. 101-102.
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Lower Genesee River

  • Mt. Morris Dam to Lake Ontario. Chinook & Coho Salmon, Trout, Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass, Walleyes, Northern Pike, panfish & more. Guide #1, pp. 113-116.
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Upper Genesee River

  • Mt. Morris Dam to PA State line. Trout, Bass & much more. Guide #1, pp. 4-8.
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Canadice Lake

  • Trout, Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass, Chain Pickerel, panfish. Canadice is Hemlock's "little sister" also in a virtual wilderness setting. Guide #2, pp. 162-165.
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Hemlock Lake

  • Trout & Atlantic Salmon, Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass, Chain Pickerel, Walleyes, panfish. A principal source of water for Rochester, there is almost no development surrounding this pristine lake virtually in a wilderness setting. Guide #1, pp. 108-111 (or Guide #2, pp. 190-193).
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