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Additional Tributary Regulations

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  1. Any action to frighten fish and move them from concealment, including herding, driving, kicking and stoning is prohibited.
  2. Angling is prohibited from January 1 through March 31, and between sunset and sunrise from April 1 through May 15 and October 1 through December 31 except for those stream sections listed below.
  3. Possession of landing nets larger than 50" around the frame or with handles longer than 20" is prohibited except for those stream sections as listed below.
  4. Use of more than one line with a single hook point is prohibited except for those stream sections listed below.
  5. Possession of hooks with a gap greater than ½" is prohibited except for those stream sections listed below.

Stream sections for which additional tributary regulations b, c, d and e above do not apply: (Trout season is closed January 1 through March 31 in these sections.)

  • West River and Sucker Brook from Canandaigua Lake upstream in Ontario County.
  • Guyanoga Creek from Keuka Lake upstream to Rt. 54A bridge, Yates County.
  • Cayuga Inlet and flood control channel from Cayuga Lake upstream to posted “NO FISHING” boundary below the fishway in Tompkins County.
  • Old Barge Canal from Seneca Lake upstream to northernmost Rte. 14 bridge in Montour Falls, Schuyler County.
  • Yawgers Creek from Cayuga Lake upstream to abandoned Lehigh Valley railroad bridge in Cayuga County.
  • Owasco Inlet from Owasco Lake upstream 0.7 mile to marked boundary at old railroad bed in Cayuga County.
  • Fall Creek from Cayuga Lake to the downstream edge of the railroad bridge below Rt. 13 in Ithaca, Tompkins County.

Note: Dutch Hollow Brook from Owasco Lake to Rt. 38A: fishing or dip-netting prohibited from March 16 to the opening of walleye season.

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