Green Lake Fishing Report near Nedrow, New York
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Good in fall
by Tight Lines
on October 13th
Green lake, also known as glacier lake (not to be confused with green lake in nearby fayetteville) is a small, deep lake located in a deep gorge in clark reservation state park. It is stocked with walleye. It is isolated and has limited shore access due to lots of mud/quicksand around the lake. It also floods and is pretty much unfishable in spring. To access the lake you will have to walk down about 200 stairs into the gorge and walk to the far side of the lake. Bottom fish with worms along the steep dropoff around sunrise and sunset in the fall. There are large pumpkinseeds that seem to be found along the dropoff and woodpiles. There are large chain pickerel that can be caught on lures. Walleye will pick up worms around sunrise and sunset as well as big bullhead. Walleye average about 15-17 inches. Lots of keepers. You cannot stay in the park after dark or have a boat on the lake. Because of the limited opportunities to fish this lake, pressure is little to none and fishing can be good at times. Basically it is not worth going except in the fall, and maybe in the summer for panfish.
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