For a true New York fishing hot spot, head over to Seneca Lake. This 43,342-acre lake is well-known for its trout, smallmouth bass, and yellow perch. It’s also regularly stocked with lake trout, brown trout, and Atlantic salmon. But that is just the beginning – there are plenty of other fish in these waters, including sunfish, rainbow trout, brown trout, Northern pike, and largemouth bass. Seneca Lake gets up to 650 feet deep in some areas, making it an ideal place to go boat fishing. There are several marinas and boat ramps among the lake’s 100 miles of shoreline.
Seneca Lake Fish:
Seneca Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Seneca Lake.