Fishing season expands to many more species in April and May, so get your fishing license, and pack your fishing gear to join us at the Whiteface Lodge for some of the best fishing in Lake Placid. Spring is the best time to fish in nearby lakes, rivers, and ponds. Whether you’re new to fishing or an expert, you’ll find lots of opportunities to cast your line in the best fishing lakes in NY during your stay with us at the Whiteface Lodge.
Fishing in the Adirondacks
The Adirondacks are home to a wide variety of fish: trout and bass are famous spring and summer catches, while pike, perch, and salmon are more common in winter. While Brook and Lake Trout are the only native trout to the Adirondacks, Brown and Rainbow trout were introduced many years ago and are now widely sought out in some of the best fishing lakes in NY. The Adirondacks offers some of the best Salmon fishing in the area. They’re drawn into nearby rivers and streams in the spring and fall to feed and spawn, so don’t miss your chance.
Best Fishing Lakes in NY
Fishing in the Adirondacks picks up when the snow and ice have melted, from there it keeps gaining traction into the dog days of summer. Whether it’s with a lure or fly, you’ll have a chance to experience some of the best fishing lakes in NY! Bass, trout, walleyes, northern pike, land-locked salmon, and muskies are some of the species you’ll find in the Adirondacks. The Lake Placid region is home to some trophy walleye and pike, as well as four different types of trout: Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Lake Trout, and Rainbow Trout. Enjoy fishing in some of the best lakes in the area, including Mirror Lake, Lake Colby, and the Salmon River. Whether you come trolling for lake trout or fly fishing for rainbow trout, you’ll have a blast.
Don’t delay book your spring getaway to the Whiteface Lodge in Lake Placid, to experience some of the best fishing lakes in NY!