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Fishing In The Adirondacks - Where To Fish For Bluegill

Each year, thousands of people flock to the many different bodies of water found in the Adirondack Mountains for an unparalleled fishing experience.

Bluegill are members of the Sunfish family and can be found in the shallow waters of many Adirondack lakes, ponds,  small rivers and slow moving areas of streams. They enjoy heat, but do not like direct sunlight and are typically found in deeper water. During the mornings, however, they will linger near the surface of the water to stay warm.

Black Lake
St. Lawrence County, NY
Black Lake stretches 20 miles and is a great place to fish for largemouth & smallmouth bass, yellow perch, crappies, bluegills, no... [+More]