Species of Fish in the Adirondacks
The Adirondack Mountains are home to a variety of fish that are targeted by anglers throughout the year. Trout and bass are popular catches in the spring and summer; while pike, perch and salmon look great being pulled up through the ice.
Of course, anglers in New York State must abide by the state fishing regulations, which include obtaining a fishing license (for those over the age of 16), and taking fish during their open season. Bait regulations also apply, and anglers should be aware of when live bait is prohibited.