Anglers remain out on Lake Glenida, which was yielding a mix of lake trout and browns, as well as the West Branch Reservoir (trout and crappie). While winter was hanging on at last check, this is the time of year when conditions can change rapidly, so always use caution when you head out. Not hearing much elsewhere right now but in Westchester County Muscoot Reservoir (yellow perch, black crappie, bluegill and white perch) and Titicus Reservoir (yellow perch and chain pickerel) may be worth a look.
Southeastern New York Fishing Report – March 6th, 2015
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