1. Lake George
Known for its scenic beauty and diverse fish population, including bass, trout, and salmon.
Offers excellent opportunities for catching trophy-sized salmon, trout, and bass.
Comprising several lakes, including Cayuga, Seneca, and Keuka, known for their abundance of trout, salmon, and bass.
Straddling the New York-Vermont border, it's famous for its world-class bass and trout fishing.
Offers superb fishing for walleye, bass, and perch, particularly in the western basin.
Known for its excellent walleye and bass fishing, with plentiful panfish as well.
Home to a variety of fish, including trout, bass, and landlocked salmon, set amidst stunning mountain scenery.
8.Great Sacandaga Lake
Known for its walleye, northern pike, and smallmouth bass fishing opportunities.
Located in Cooperstown, it offers bass, trout, and panfish fishing in a picturesque setting.
A popular destination for trout fishing, with abundant populations of brown, brook, and rainbow trout.