Hunting and Fishing in the Adirondacks
The Adirondack Mountains are home to many species of fish and animals. Popular outdoor sports in the region include hunting and fishing for a wide variety of game. If you're a sportsman (or sportswoman) you'll find millions of acres to track, stalk and attempt to take your prey.
If you're not familiar with typical hunting and fishing techniques or the Adirondack Mountains in general, we suggest you head to an outfitter and find some additional information, or even hire a guide. Check out the links below for information on what species you may find, and when you're allowed to take them.
Trout and Bass are the most popular fish species
caught in the Adirondacks, but anglers also hook Perch, Pike, Walleye and others!
Stream fishing, boat fishing, ice fishing - the Adirondacks has it all! Depending on what species you're after, you can fish year-round
See the 8 spots
our experts have identified as being the best fishing spots in the Adirondacks!
From big game to small game to waterfowl, there are plenty of options
throughout the Adirondacks for various types of hunting.
Take a duck, turkey, deer, or even a bobcat depending on the time of year. Find out what is in season
, what is not, and what never will be.
Want to learn how to fish or get help finding the best spots? Enlist the services of a local fishing guide
Want to see what the Adirondacks has to offer? Take a look at this gallery
of successful hunts!