Most anglers who head over to Oneida Lake come to fish for one of the lake’s many walleye and perch. Other fish living in this 51,000-acre lake include bass, crappie, sunfish, pike, muskie and sturgeon. Located in the central part of the state, this Oneida Lake offers 50 miles of shoreline. The lake’s excellent bass fishing draws several bass tournaments each year. And in the winter, you can ice fish here for perch, walleye and panfish. The lake has many areas where you can launch boats of all sizes. You’ll want to be careful if your boat is small because the winds here can make the lake pretty rough. If you prefer to fish from the shore, you’ll find many excellent spots to cast your line out, including several boat launches, campgrounds, and parks.
Oneida Lake Fish:
Oneida Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Oneida Lake.
Trade-A-Yacht East Marina Boat Ramp
613 County Route 37, PO Box 613 Brewerton, NY 315-676-3531