Since the introduction of steelhead into the Northeast in the late 19th century, the Great Lakes and their tributaries have become the home to some of the best steelhead fishing in the world. The serene environment of the beautiful rivers and creeks create a sharp contrast to the adrenaline infused action of fighting a gorgeous two to three foot chrome goddess.
The abundance of small and large creeks also provides fishable water under most weather and water conditions. While there are steelhead to be found throughout most of the year, the peak season in the fall is generally from mid October to mid November on the Cattaraugus and some smaller streams. Mid November through late December is generally best for all the smaller streams. The Cat is often blown out during this part of this seaso View more...
Steelhead, Brown trout, Brook trout, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass