Southeastern New York Fishing Hotline
April 16 - April 23, 2015
Like last season we experienced a very cold winter which can make for difficult early season angling. Traditionally Southeastern NY will warm up earlier than the rest of the state and DEC's trout hatchery program will start stocking catchable-size trout in late March and early April. With the spring thaw being delayed our trout hatchery staff are having to plan accordingly. Please use extra caution if planning to go fishing if the water is high and cold. Please re-visit this page for the most up to date trout stocking information in Region 3.
The following are trout waters that have been stocked as of April 16th.
Fishkill Creek, Sprout Creek, Roeliff Jansen Kill, Crum Elbow Creek, Sawkill, Ten Mile River, Webatuck Creek, Swamp River, Wappingers Creek, Whaley Lake Brook, Sylvan Lake.
East Branch Croton River, West Branch Croton River, Diverting Reservoir, West Branch Reservoir, Croton Falls Reservoir, Peekskill Hollow Brook, Shrub Oak Brook, Pelton Pond, Stillwater Pond, Foundry Brook.
Stone Hill River, Mianus River, Waccabuc River, Titicus River, Croton River, Amawalk Outlet, Kensico Reservoir, Titicus Reservoir, Amawalk Inlet, Peekskill Hollow Brook.
Ramapo River, Moodna Creek, Shawangunk Kill, Rutgers Creek, Neversink River, Shingle Kill, Hessian Lake, Askoti Lake, Skanatati Lake, Island Pond, Walton lake, Round Pond, Wawayanda Creek.
Ramapo River, Minisceongo Creek, North Branch Minisceongo Creek, Mahwah River, Stony Brook, Pascack Brook, Cedar Pond Brook, Sparkill Creek.
Plattekill Creek, Sawkill Creek, Yager Stream, Sandburg Creek, Beer Kill, West Branch Beer Kill, Mill Brook, Rochester Creek.
Callicoon Creek, East Branch Callicoon Creek, North Branch Callicoon Creek, Mongaup River, East Branch Mongaup River, West Branch Mongaup River, Middle Branch Mongaup River, Beaver Kill, Little Beaverkill.
Angler Diarists Needed
The New York State Region 3 Unit will be looking for anglers to participate in a angler diary program for Kensico Reservoir (trout and salmon). The information gathered through the angler diary program is extremely useful for helping to better manage the fishery. For more information please contact Ryan Coulter at 845-256-2204.
To apply for a NYC DEP Watershed Access Permit use the link located on the right column under Links Leaving DEC's Website.
If you need more fishing information or would like to contribute to the fishing report/post a picture of your catch, please call Ryan Coulter; 845-256-2204 or email Region 3 fishery.