The Schroon River in the Adirondacks, is a great fishing location for anglers looking for trout.
The Schroon River runs 65 miles from Underwood to the Hudson River in Warrensburg, with 20 miles of it within Warren County. Anglers can find decent populations of rainbow trout, brown trout, and brook trout in the river. Between all three species there is over 18,000 trout stocked annually.
There is a very popular public fishing area near the Starbuckville Dam. Fly fishers will use the public fishing area that runs parrallel to the Schroon River Road. Fly fishers should also be aware that there are nice caddis fly hatches during May and June. Canoesits can access the river at South Horicon and Riverbank as well as at several other locations.