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Riverbay Adventure Inn
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box # 6, Chippewa Bay NY 13623

Physical Location:
97 New Road, Chippewa Bay NY 13623

315-759-8174
mstock@riverbayadventureinn.com

 

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   CHIPPEWA BAY FISHING INFORMATION
 
FISHERMEN - You may find your own trophy with catches of Muskie, Large Mouth Bass, Great Northern Pike and Walleye. Parents and children love the abundance of Sunfish, Bluegills, and Perch. Beautiful scenery along the waters of the grand St. Lawrence River add to the charm of New York State's best-kept fishing secret.

[Yellow Perch] [Muskellunge]
Yellow Perch
Average Catch: 8 to 10 inches
Hot Spots: Shallow bays, creek mouths, marshes
Profile: New York's perch is an angler's delight. They typically run eight to ten inches, but some jumbo perch are the rule in some parts of the river. There is great ice fishing for perch in the St. Lawrence, with bucket-filling catches common throughout the winter.
Muskellunge
Average Catch: Up to 35 lbs.
Hot Spots: Late June: shallow weedbeds,
Aug-Sept: near drop-offs
Profile: New York is a top muskellunge state. The fish average 12 to 30 pounds and an occasional 40- to 50-pound tackle-buster is taken. Special fishing gear is needed to land this wily fish. A guide is strongly recommended.
[Northern Pike]
Brook Trout
Average Catch: 7 to 13 inches
Hot Spots: undercut banks, beneath tree limbs
or under large rock ledges.
Profile: Brook trout weighing over one pound are considered a trophy since life expectancy is seldom longer than 3 years. The diet of brook trout includes
 fish, small crayfish, snails, as well as insects,
both terrestrial and aquatic.
Northern Pike
Average Catch: Up to 12 lbs.
Hot Spots: All year: shallow bays and marshes
Profile: Vicious strikes are their trademark. Use large spoons, plugs, spinners or live bait and hold on,
because Northern grow big and mean in New York.
A number of fish from 15 to 20 pounds are
caught each year in the St. Lawrence.
[Smallmouth Bass] [Largemouth Bass]
Smallmouth Bass
Average Catch: Up to six pounds
Hot Spots: Around islands, off islands, in bays
Profile: Tough, rod-bending fish. One- to two-pound smallmouths are abundant, two- to three-pound fish are common, and six- to eight-pound trophies are not uncommon. Fish shallow in spring and fall, move deeper in mid-summer months.
Largemouth Bass
Average Catch: Up to six pounds
Hot Spots: Around islands, off islands, in bays
Profile: Tough, rod-bending fish. One- to two-pound largemouths are abundant, two- to three-pound fish
are common, and six- to eight-pound trophies are
not uncommon. Fish shallow in spring and fall,
move deeper in mid-summer months.
[Walleye] Rainbow Trout
Walleye
Average Catch: Up to 10 lbs.
Hot Spots: Spring/Fall: inshore shallows,
Summer: deeper shoals
Profile: The walleye is a popular gamefish known for its delicate, delicious flavor and light-tackle fight. Five- to ten-pounders are common and trophies have been
known to be as much as 18 pounds.
Ice fishing makes for great walleye action all winter long.
Rainbow Trout
Average Catch:
6 to 16 inches
Hot Spots:
Young rainbow trout seek cover and prefer slow-moving shallow stream areas where rubble, rocks, instream debris and undercut banks provide shelter. Older trout move into faster and deeper stream waters.
Profile:
A popular sportfish, rainbow trout is fished with wet and dry flies, lures or natural bait.
   
   
   
WE PROMOTE VOLUNTARY CATCH AND RELEASE
The future of our fisheries may pass through your hands today.




 
   
   
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