According to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, New York’s waters offer over 45 species of game and panfish. This diversity provides anglers with plenty of fishing opportunities. Smallmouth, largemouth, & striped bass, walleye, trout, salmon, northern pike, muskellunge, bullheads, yellow perch and crappie are just a few of the more popular fish species available.
The settings New York offers are as diverse as our fish. From pristine Adirondack ponds, legendary Catskill streams, Great Lakes, Finger Lakes and thousands of miles of rivers and streams are all accessible to interested anglers.
North River offers interested parties, from novice to expert, instruction and access to some of the best fishing the northeast can offer.
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“First Catch of Spring”
Herb caught this nice 6 lb striped bass just after the start of the season. A fish finder rig with a circle hook and bloodworm proved successful on this trip. This early season fish, a harbinger of the bigger fish soon to come, was caught near the Tappan Zee bridge.
The fish was released just after the photo.
On an unusually hot and muggy summer morning, Matt was targeting pan fish in the Moodna Creek in Cornwall, NY. To his surprise, a nice brown trout took his fly.
The fish was successfully released after the photo.