Thirteenth Lake provides great fishing for anglers in the Adirondacks because it is primarily a fishery for trout.
Thirteenth Lake is a fishery for brown trout and rainbow trout, but there are brook trout and wild salmon present in the waters.
Trolling and fly fishing are the two methods recommended. The best season is usually during the spring and trout are found throughout the lake. Every year the best location changes because the trout change their preferred location every year.
To access Thirteenth Lake, anglers can use the state parking area on the east side of the lake. There is then a 100 yard carry to the waters edge. Electric motors are most common on the lake.