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Naples Creek Fishing

Naples Creek Fishing

 

Naples Creek is regarded by many experienced anglers as one of the best trout streams in New York. Every spring, when the stream is swollen by the cold runoff of the parting winter, angles come from all over for the spring runs of wild rainbows. Literally thousands of hard-fighting rainbow trout can be found in Naples Creek at any one time during this run, ranging in weight from 3-6 pounds. The main section of Naples Creek, from the crossing at Parish Road upstream to the mouth of Grimes Creek, averages 20-25 feet in width during a normal spring runoff. Fish begin moving into Naples Creek in large numbers as soon as there is a big runoff. This means that rainbows can be found here as early as February if conditions are right. By the time the fishing season opens, the spawning runs are well underway. The most popular method for taking Naples Creek rainbows is drifting egg sacs, preferably brown trout eggs. Drifting worms is also a productive method. The stream holds juvenile rainbows all year long and they tend to congregate in the deeper runs and pools.

 

 

 

Naples Creek Map

 


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