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NY Rivers & Creeks
Salmon River
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St. Lawrence River
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Fall Creek

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Genesee River Fishing

 

The Genesee River flows over 150 miles into Lake Ontario and is seperated into Upper and Lower sections by the New York State Barge Canal. The lower Genesee River from Mount Morris to Rochester harbors cool water species and known for nice smallmouth bass fishing. You can also find some walleye and northern pike around the mouths of tributaries and along the wider weed bed areas. From the dam at Belmont upstream to the Pennsylvania State Line, the Upper Genesee River is managed as a trout stream. This section is stocked annually with thousands of rainbow trout and brown trout. The flows in this section vary from riffles to flats, deep pools and white water, and often with slow runs in between. Brown trout are the chief residents, but you will also find a nice amount of rainbows.

 

 

 

Genesee River Map

 


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