New York has always been renowned for it’s trout fishing streams and rivers. From the Great Lakes to the Catskills to the headwaters of the Delaware, New York trout streams hold trophy fish and await anglers to enjoy their waters.
Trout Fishing in New York
NY has world class trout fishing and you can be sure to find a variety of them including rainbow, brown, brook and even tiger trout in New York waters.
Choosing where to fish can sometimes be just as difficult as actually catching them. In this article we list the top rivers and streams in NY for trout fishing.
These are the Best Trout Streams in New York:
9 Mile Creek
Oak Orchard Creek
Ten Mile Creek
The Beaver Kill
The Delaware River East Branch
The Delaware River West Branch
Upper Genesee River
West Canada Creek
As you can see there are many great terrific spots for trout fishing in New York. Choose from the list above and have a great time catching.
NY Fishing License
You will most likely need a New York State fishing license so make sure you get one in person or online here https://www.dec.ny.gov/permits/6091.html
New York has a trout season and catch limits. Find them here https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/31421.html
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Trout Species in NY
New York has the top trout species both stocked and wild in their waters.
- Brook Trout
- Brown Trout
- Rainbow Trout
- Golden Rainbow or Palomino
- Lake Trout
New York has many opportunities for trout fishing enthusiasts throughout the state. Both stocked and wild caught fish are abundant in NY’s streams and rivers. Bring out your best lures and head to the rivers! Big trout are ready to bite.