New Croton Reservoir
New Croton Reservoir is the last stop in the NYC DEP Croton Watershed before emptying into the Hudson River. This 2,182 acre reservoir provides anglers with a lot of water and a chance to catch some of the big fish that swim in it! It is not uncommon for bass to be caught up to 7 pounds and crappies up to 3 pounds. Focus your attention fishing weedbeds, downed trees, and other structure to find these fish.
Elevation: 200 feet
Surface Area: 2,182 acres
Shore Length: 35.8 miles
Max Depth: 120 feet
Special fishing regulations exist for New Croton Reservoir. Please review your fishing regulations guide for details.
Access is provided by the New York City DEP. A free NYC DEP watershed access permit is required. Rowboats must be approved and registered by the NYC DEP. Contact the DEP at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-575- LAND (5263).
Fish Species Present
Black crappie from New Croton Reservoir
Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Chain Pickerel, Common Carp, Yellow Perch, White Perch, Black Crappie, Brown Bullhead and Sunfish