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Region 8 – West Central New York

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Region 8

6274 East Avon-Lima Rd.

Avon, NY 14414-9519

(585) 226-2466

fwfish8@gw.dec.state.ny.us

 

 

 

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Chemung County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Cayuta Creek (except section below)

Trout

All year

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Cayuta Creek from the Wyncoop Creek Road Bridge upstream to the NY Route 223 bridge

Trout

All year

12″

2

Artificial lures only

Chemung River and tributaries

Muskellunge and Tiger Muskellunge

1st Sat in May –
March 15

30″

1 combined

American Shad

All year

Catch and Release fishing only. All American Shad shall be returned to the water immediately

Seneca Lake tributaries to first barrier

All Species

See Finger Lakes regulations.

Park Station Pond

Trout

All year

Any size

5

Ice fishing permitted

Genesee County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Oatka Creek

Trout

All year

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

In addition, the use or possession of baitfish is prohibited in the following water: Town of Darien—Harlow Lake.

Livingston County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Conesus Lake and Hemlock Lake and tributaries to first barrier

All Species

See Finger Lakes regulations.

North McMillan Creek and Conesus Inlet Fish and Wildlife Management Area from Conesus Lake south to the dam, except the canal west of Conesus Inlet and that portion of the inlet north of the canal

Fishing prohibited March 1 until the opening of Walleye season in May

to protect spawning Walleye and Northern Pike

Cohocton River, Mill Creek

Trout

All year

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Spring Creek except Caledonia State Fish Hatchery property

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

12″

2

Oct 16 – Mar 31

Catch and release only

Artificial lures only

Spring Creek on Caledonia State Fish Hatchery property as posted

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

8 am – 4 pm

12″

2

Artificial lures only

Oct 16 – Mar 31

8 am – 4 pm

Catch and release only

Monroe County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Lake Ontario and tributaries to first barrier

All Species

See Great Lakes regulations.

Oatka Creek except sections below

Trout

All year

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Oatka Creek from Bowerman Road upstream 1.4 miles to Union St. and Wheatland Center Rd. upstream 2.5 miles to the mouth of Spring Creek

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

12″

2

Oct 16 – Mar 31

Catch and release only

Artificial lures only

Oatka Creek from Union Street upstream 1.7 miles to Wheatland Center Road

Trout

All year

Catch and release only

Artificial lures only

Spring Creek

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

12″

2

Oct 16 – Mar 31

Catch and release only

Artificial lures only

Ontario County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Canadice Lake, Canandaigua Lake, Honeoye Lake, Seneca Lake and tributaries of Canadice Lake, Canandaigua Lake and Seneca Lake to first barrier

All Species

See Finger Lakes regulations

Lake Ontario and tributaries to first barrier

All Species

See Great Lakes regulations.

Orleans County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any Size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Lake Ontario and tributaries to first barrier

All Species

See Great Lakes regulations.

Schuyler County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Cayuta Creek

Trout

All year

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Cayuta Lake

Walleye

1st Sat in May – March 15

18″

3

Ice fishing permitted

Seneca Lake and tributaries of Cayuga Lake and Seneca Lake to first barrier

All Species

See Finger Lakes regulations.

Seneca County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Cayuga Lake, Seneca Lake and their tributaries to first barrier

All Species

See Finger Lakes regulations.

Seneca River

Northern Pike

1st Sat in May – March 15

22″

5

Ice fishing permitted

Trout, lake Trout, LL Salmon

All year

Any size

5

Steuben County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Keuka Lake and tributaries to first barrier

All Species

See Finger Lakes regulations.

Chemung River and tributaries upstream of Route 17 west of Corning

Black Bass

3rd Sat in June – Nov 30

10″

5

Dec 1 – Fri preceding the 3rd Sat in June

Catch and release only

Artificial lures only

Chemung River, Tioga River

Muskellunge and Tiger Muskellunge

1st Sat in May – March 15

30″

1 combined

Cohocton River except sections below

Trout

All year

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Cohocton River from North Boundary of U.S. Veterans Facility upstream to Route 415 bridge and from north boundary of Avoca Village upstream to mouth of Neil Creek

Trout

All year

12″

2

Artificial lures only

Mill Creek

Trout

All year

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Wayne County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Lake Ontario and tributaries to first barrier

All Species

See Great Lakes regulations.

Yates County

Water

Species

Open Season

Minimum Length

Daily Limit

Method

All waters except as listed below

Trout

April 1 – Oct 15

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

Canandaigua Lake, Keuka Lake, Seneca Lake and their tributaries to first barrier

All Species

See Finger Lakes regulations.

Keuka Outlet from first barrier upstream

Trout

All year

Any size

5 – with no more than 2 longer than 12″

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