Fishing At Allegheny Reservoir
AKA: Allegheny Lake
What to fish for...
Fishing for smallmouth bass, channel catfish, white crappie, walleye, rainbow trout, brook trout, brown trout, rock bass, white bass, white perch, yellow bass and yellow perch, muskie and northern pike at Allegheny Reservoir in New York.
A well-documented fish factory, Allegheny Reservoir is a 12,000-acre lake on the southern border of the state, with 91 miles of shoreline. Big muskies, walleye and northern pike are quite common here. Stocked rainbow, brook and brown trout ensure an excellent trout fishery, plus there is an abundant supply of bass, crappie, catfish, perch and crappie. Virtually any amenity you might seek out is located at the lake to enhance your fishing, camping and boating excursions. A marina, boat launch ramps, supplies, dining, lodging and camping are all within easy access to the lake, as well as areas of accessible shoreline for bank fishing. This fish factory is quite a popular ice fishing area during winter months, once the ice is safe.
Primary fish species residing in Allegheny Reservoir
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Allegheny Reservoir Amenities
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
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Public Boat Launch Ramps & Landings
Friends Boat Launch Ramp
Located in the northeast section of the lake, off Allegany State Park Road, this is a two-lane, concrete ramp with docks and gravel parking.
Onoville Marina Park Boat Launch Ramp
Located in the northwest section of the lake, off W Bank Perimeter Road, this is a five-lane, concrete ramp with docks and massive, paved parking.
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
Highbanks Campground - 877 764-2267
Onoville Marina Park - 716 354-2615
Allegheny Reservoir NY Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
704 W. Perimeter Road
Frewsburg, NY 14738
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Allegheny Reservoir in NY
General Fishing Info
Fishing for smallmouth bass, northern pike, walleye and muskie in southern NY