Posts Tagged ‘Rybaak Fishing’

Sandy Creek Monday, April 18th, 2011
Sandy Creek (Jefferson County)

Sandy Creek - Monitor Mill Road

Body of Water:
Sandy Creek

Key Species:
Salmon (Chinook), Steelhead, Trout (Brown & Brook)

Description:
“Its headwaters contain holes and runs separated by shallow riffs.  Downstream of Adams it becomes flat water.  Around Woodville it enters a low gorge and slides down a clean, gentile, 2 mile-long slope whose broken floor creates violent backwashes, slicks, shallow pools, and runs.  It feeds Lakeview Marsh Wildlife Management Area’s Floodwood Pond.” — Fishing Western New York

Sandy Creek - 2

Sandy Creek - Monitor Mill Road

Rybaak 45B] - Public Access
GPS: N43 44.669 W76 07.599
* Parking for 20 Vehicles at North Landing Road.  There is public parking in the village of Woodville, but it is a pay lot ($5/day) as of this post.
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Little Sandy Creek Monday, April 18th, 2011
Little Sandy Creek

Little Sandy Creek (East of Norton Road)

Body of Water:
Little Sandy Creek

Key Species:
Steelhead

Description:
“This creek averages 15 feet wide and flows into North Sandy Pond … Late fall through March, steelhead enter during high water, reaching all the way to the hamlet of Sandy Creek.  They take egg sacs and egg patterns.  The best time to fish is when the creek is murky and too high to wade across.” — Fishing Western New York

Little Sandy Creek - 2

Little Sandy Creek (West of Norton Road)

[Rybaak 39A] – Public Access
GPS: N43 38.136 W76 07.719 (Parking Area)
*Parking for about 30 vehicles.  Public fishing is allowed on both sides of the bridge for approximately 1/2 mile.

Little Sodus Bay Sunday, July 11th, 2010
Fair Haven State Park

Fair Haven State Park

Bodies of Water:
Little Sodus Bay

Key Species:
Black Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Sunfish, Black Crappie

Description:
“Sprawling over 750 acres, averaging 25 ft deep, and having a maximum depth of 65 ft, this bay’s shoreline is almost totally developed with summer cottages and year round homes.” – Fishing Western New York

Links:
Little Sodus Bay – Anglerweb.com
Little Sodus Bay Contour Map – NYS DEC
Little Sodus Bay Harbor – Army Corps of Engineers

[Rybaak 32A] – Fair Haven Beach State Park
GPS: N43 19.794 W76 41.791 (Park Office Parking)
*Parking for 50 rigs.  Plenty of space on the breaker wall and three piers.  Paved boat ramps and an incredibly nice park to visit or camp at.

[HBF 32A] – Chinook Marina (Public Boat Launch)
GPS: N43 18.990 W76 43.043

Chinook Marina (Public Boat Launch)

Chinook Marina (Public Boat Launch)

[HBF 32B] – Phillips Park
GPS: N43 19.000 W76 42.349 (Parking Area)
*Parking for 10-15 vehicles.  Public boat launch site.  Phillips Park also has a dock and some picnic fixtures (i.e. tables, stoves, etc.).

Phillips Park - Fair Haven, NY

Phillips Park - Fair Haven, NY