Grasse River has angling opportunities for boaters and waders in St. Lawrence County.
Grasse River is a very long waterway that runs through northwest New York. The Grasse River holds plenty of smallmouth bass and walleye.
Wading is the best in the rocky, currented areas of the river. Spinners and surface bait works well in the currented areas.
Walleyes can be found along the shoreline dropoffs, deep-water bends, and deep areas near rapids. Anglers are encouraged to handle muskies carefully and practice the catch-and-release policies. Smallmouth bass can be found and are spread throughout the river.
It is very easy to access different sections of the river at various communities. There are boat launches in Massena, Madrid, and Chamberlain Corners.