Tupper Lake is a great body of water for anglers in the Adirondacks looking for various species of fish to catch.
Tupper Lake consists of the Simon Pond, Raquette Pond, Piercefield Flow and the lake itself. Tupper Lake is great for lake trout, northern pike, and walleye. Walleyes can be caught by trolling minnow plugs around the islands at night. Shore fishing can produce tiger muskies, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass, and lake trout. where the Bog River enters Tupper Lake is the best spot for shore fishing.
Raquette and Simon Pond are broad. shallow and weedy waters that have great northern pike populations.
Anglers can travel along Route 30 to reach multiple access spots. There is a DEC launch at Moody, that provides great access to both ponds and Tupper Lake.