The state of New York features a number of notable lakes that will play the perfect host for your next fishing trip in The Empire State. Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, two Great Lakes, border the state to the north, and provide fertile waters for a variety of fish including both large- and smallmouth bass, perch, and walleye. The Adirondacks Region of New York features over 3,000 lakes and 6,000 miles of river, allowing you the choice of fly fishing or reel fishing. Ampersand Bay Resort & Beach Club has been home to ESPN’s Outdoor Games’ Bass Fishing Tournament three years in a row and is the perfect place for landing trophy bass, pike, and bullhead. Or, you can choose one of the Finger Lakes for your next fishing trip venue. Find a lake, river, reservoir, or stream that fits your fancy, and make sure to catch your limit during your next fishing trip in New York.

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