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Labrador Pond

Labrador Pond is located on the borders of Onondaga and Cortland counties near the Village of Tully. The pond is a main part of the 1,480 acre Labrador Hollow Unique Area.

Physical Features

Elevation: 1,200 feet
Area: 102 acres
Length: 0.7 miles
Maximum Depth: 5 feet

Plant Life

Significant rooted aquatic vegetation growth throughout the pond.

Public Access Sites

Off Markham Hollow Road. Hand launch. Accessible fishing pier. Non-motorized Watercraft Only. Fishing Only Allowed From Pier or Watercraft.

Fish Species

Chain pickerel, largemouth bass, pumpkinseed sunfish, bluegill, yellow perch, white sucker, creek chubsucker, golden shiner, common carp, and brown bullhead.

General Fishing Information

With the abundance of aquatic vegetation, weedless lures are recommended if targeting the largemouth bass or chain pickerel. Some suggested lures would be spinnerbaits, plastic frogs, or Texas rigged rubber worms.

Fisheries Management

Labrador Pond is not stocked and statewide fishing regulations apply.


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