Seneca Lake Fishing Guide

Seneca Lake is a 43,000 acre lake, 38 miles in length, maximum width of 3 miles, over 100 miles of shoreline, average depth of 291 feet, maximum depth of 618 feet at an elevation of 445 feet in central New York, the deepest glacial lake entirely within the state, the largest of the glacial Finger Lakes in the U.S. and is known as being the lake trout capital of the world!

Seneca Lake offers great fishing for Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Rock Bass, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Landlocked Salmon (Atlantic salmon), Yellow Perch, Bluegill and Pumpkinseed Sunfish.

Seneca Lake is home to the annual Memorial Day Lake Trout Derby.

Catherine Creek, that's located at the southern tip of Seneca Lake is a great spot for fishing for Rainbow and Brown Trout.

Seneca Lake Resources

Directions to Seneca Lake, New York

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