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Fishing in the Adirondacks offers some of the best Pike fishing around! 

Northern Pike have been known to grow to over 40 pounds and are relatively easy to catch. 

Find more information on Pike fishing season like minimum length, daily limit and more. 

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Black Lake St. Lawrence County, NY
Black Lake stretches 20 miles and is a great place to fish for largemouth & smallmouth bass, yellow perch, crappies, bluegills, northern pike, and walleye.
St. Regis Chain of Lakes Franklin County, NY
The St. Regis is a good location for anglers looking for bass and pike.
Union Falls Flow Franklin County, NY
Union Falls Flow is a prime location for anglers looking to catch walleye in the Adirondacks.
Lake Champlain Clinton County, NY
Lake Champlain provides over 8,000 square miles of great fishing for all anglers.
Lewey Lake and Miami River Hamilton County, NY
Lewey Lake and Miami River have great fish populations and are great for anglers in the center of the Adirondacks.
Lake Bonaparte Lewis County, NY
Lake Bonaparte sees heavy recreational use in the summer, but is a great fishing spot for anglers in Lewis County.
Black River Lewis County, NY
Black River is a great waterway for anglers in the Adirondack to land quality size fish in the Adirondacks of New York.
Indian Lake and Jessup River Hamilton County, NY
The Indian Lake and Jessup River have a large smelt population that equals big fish.
Long Lake Hamilton County, NY
Long Lake is a 14 mile stretch of water that is a great fishing for anglers in the Adirondacks.
Raquette River Impoundments St. Lawrence County, NY
The Raquette River Impoundments is eight reservoirs on the Raquette River created by hydroelectric dams.
Tupper Lake, Raquette Pond, and Simon Pond
Tupper Lake is a great body of water for anglers in the Adirondacks looking for various species of fish to catch.
St. Lawrence River St. Lawrence County, NY
The St. Lawrence River holds large populations of various species of fish and has numerous access points.
Saranac Chain of Lakes Franklin County, NY
The Saranac Chain of Lakes is a great fishing spot in the Adirondacks with an abundance of fishing and camping locations.
Eagle Lake Essex County, NY
Eagle Lake is a smaller body of water but offers great opportunities for smallmouth bass, northern pike, and brown trout.
Meacham Lake Franklin County, NY
Meacham Lake is a an ideal site for fishing and camping experiences. The water holds many species of fish and wildlife and for visitors to interact with.
Mountain View Lake and Indian Lake Mountain View, Franklin County, NY
Mountain View Lake and Indian Lake are connected through a navigable channel.
Harris Lake Essex County, Newcomb, NY
Harris Lake is an easy access fishing spot in the northwestern part of the Adirondacks.
Schroon Lake Essex County, Warren County, NY
Schroon Lake is a wonderful fishing location for various coldwater and warmwater species.
Chateaugay Lakes, Upper & Lower Franklin County, Clinton County, NY
the Upper and Lower parts of Chateaugay Lakes are great fishing spots for anglers in the Adirondacks. The two parts are separated by the county lines of Franklin and Clinton Counties.
Lake George Warren County, Lake George, NY
Lake George is a great lake for fishing in both, the north and south basins with large fish populations.