Walleye are Adirondack fisherman favorite. They are delicious to eat and a challenge to catch due to their excellent vision.

Get more information on walleye season in the Adirondacks, minimum keep and daily limit.

Grasse River
Grasse River
St. Lawrence County, NY
Grasse River has angling opportunities for boaters and waders in St. Lawrence County.
Union Falls Flow
Franklin County, NY
Union Falls Flow is a prime location for anglers looking to catch walleye in the Adirondacks.
Tupper Lake, Raquette Pond, and Simon Pond
Tupper Lake is a great body of water for anglers in the Adirondacks looking for various species of fish to catch.
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, northern pike, and walleye.
Franklin Falls Flow
Essex County, NY
Franklin Falls Flow is a great fishing spot for walleye and other species.
Black River
Black River
Lewis County, NY
Black River is a great waterway for anglers in the Adirondack to land quality size fish in the Adirondacks of New York.
The Oswegatchie River
The Oswegatchie River
St. Lawrence County, NY
The Oswegatchie River flows from Gouverneur to Ogdensburg where it meets the St. Lawrence River. There are more than 70 miles of water on the Oswegatchie that provide some great fishing opportunities. (Smallmouth Bass, Walleye)
Lake Pleasant and Sacandaga Lake
Hamilton County, NY
Lake Pleasant and Sacandaga Lake are great bodies of water for anglers in Hamilton County.
Lake Champlain
Clinton County, NY
Lake Champlain provides over 8,000 square miles of great fishing for all anglers.
St. Lawrence River
St. Lawrence County, NY
The St. Lawrence River holds large populations of various species of fish and has numerous access points.
Raquette River Impoundments
St. Lawrence County, NY
The Raquette River Impoundments is eight reservoirs on the Raquette River created by hydroelectric dams.
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