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Trout Fishing on New York Lake

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Arkville, New York, United States

  • Activities

    Fishing, Lake Fishing

  • Price
    $150 USD per person
  • Duration

    Full day - 7AM -5PM, Half Day - 7AM - 12 noon

  • Avg Distance

    0 - 10 miles

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Set days and time with guide Trout season runs from April 1st through Sept.30th.

  • Starting Location

    Pepacton Reservoir in Catskill Water Shed

  • Price Includes

    Rowboat or Canoe, Life Jackets and Fishing Equipment if needed; We will provide all equipment, i.e. rod, reel, line, etc. as part of the course. Additionally, we will provide breakfast and lunch for you. Let us put you in this picture with the grace and agility of a beautiful cast.

  • Notes

    You need to find lodging at area motels or campout. No camping is allowed on the reservoir. You will need a NYS Fishing License and a DEC public access permit; + $50.00 for each extra person

Highlights

  • Catch Brown Trout of 10lbs. and larger
  • Fish on beautiful lake with no motors allowed. Only rowboats, sailboats, and canoes are permitted.
  • Fish on 20 Mile long Lake with no development.
  • Experience both catch and release and keeping.
  • Enjoy picnic by lake (no fires are permitted).

Guide

Trip Info

Pepacton Reservoir offers excellent Brown Trout fishing. Fishing is best from shore in early April (trout season runs from April 1st-Sept. 30th) casting lures and fishing with minnows. The water is still cold and the trout are close to shore. As the water warms up in late April and May, you can fish from a rowboat or a canoe. You can fish with minnows by drifting or anchoring, or you can troll, using lures. As the water warms up even more in June, you can fish with minnows deeper, or troll with lures, using lead core line or downriggers.

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