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Swan Lake

Introduction

Anglers fishing the Swan Lake shoreline.

Swan Lake, located inside Rockefeller State Park Preserve, provides great shoreline access and good fishing too! When fishing for largemouth bass, try using a spinnerbait fished through the vegetation or a weedless plastic worm through the lily pads. Anglers have success with panfish using a bobber and nightcrawler combination.

Physical Features

Elevation: 305 feet
Surface Area: 24 acres

Access

Shoreline access is proved by the Rockefeller State Park Preserve. For more information contact the park at 914-631-1470

Swan Lake Contour Map PDF (257 KB)

Fish Species Present

Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Yellow Perch, Black Crappie and Brown Bullhead

Regulations

Statewide angling regulations apply.


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