New York State Fly-Fishing Locations

April 2008
New York State Conservationist;Apr2008, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p20
The article provides information on fly-fishing locations in New York. Anglers consider Wiscoy Creek, between Allegany and Wyoming Counties, one of the state's premier wild brown trout streams. Lake Ontario tributaries, including Eighteen Mile Creek, Oak Orchard Creek, South Sandy Creek, Salmon River are known for their fish populations such as steelhead and salmon. West Canada Creek is one of the best brown trout streams in central New York and provides a variety of species for anglers.


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