Home

Here’s what to expect for bass fishing in New York in 2014.

Flyfisher's Guide to New York

$6.10


The Thousand Islands Fishing New York Fishing Hot Spots Image

With more than 7,500 lakes and ponds and 70,000 miles of rivers and streams, there are plenty of places to try freshwater fishing in New York! There is world class fishing for a wide variety of coldwater and warmwater. Whether it's smallmouth bass fishing on Lake Erie, brook trout fishing on a crystal clear Adirondack lake, Pacific salmon fishing on Lake Ontario, fishing for stripers on the Hudson River, brown trout fishing on the Beaver Kill or fishing for panfish on a local pond, there's something special here for everyone.


NYC Fly fishing NY, Fly fishing New York, Fly fishing NYC, Fishing Charters NY, Fly Fishing Forum, Flyfishing NYC, Flyfishing New York City, fly fishing NY, Fly .

NEW JERSEY COASTAL FISHING New York Fishing Maps & Hot Spots

Go Fishing in New York for the Whole Day!

Setting sail daily from City Island in New York, Island Current Fishing Fleet consists of four U.S. Coast Guard inspected and licensed fishing boats.  When you charter a boat from the fleet, you can use it for the entire day.  The charters generally leave around 7 A.M. and return at approximately 4:30 P.M.  The price of your fishing charter includes all custom tackle, rods, reels, and bait.

 

Depending on the season you can fish for flounder, fluke, striped bass, bluefish, porgy, blackfish, codfish, weakfish, or other species of fish.  The fleet is also available for sight-seeing and cruises.  Browse the website to view a list of specialty trips currently available.

Kayak Fishing New York "Wappingers Falls Lake"

With more than 7,500 lakes and ponds and 70,000 miles of rivers and streams, there are plenty of places to try freshwater fishing in New York! There is world class fishing for a wide variety of coldwater and warmwater. Whether it's smallmouth bass fishing on Lake Erie, brook trout fishing on a crystal clear Adirondack lake, Pacific salmon fishing on Lake Ontario, fishing for stripers on the Hudson River, brown trout fishing on the Beaver Kill or fishing for panfish on a local pond, there's something special here for everyone.

That New York is long gone. The area was almost completely deforested by the time of the Revolutionary War, and those meadows and spring creeks are now paved city blocks. Even Central Park, the city’s magisterial green space, is entirely man-made, as natural as a golf course. About the only remaining display of the natural world in New York City can be found fishing the New York harbor.