Lake Stahahe, located inside Harriman State Park, provides anglers with some good fishing for Largemouth Bass, Chain Pickerel and panfish. Try using spinnerbaits and minnow imitations over weed beds for the pickerel and bass. A bobber and nightcrawler combination will usually work for the panfish. Fishing for crappies can be productive from shore, especially in the spring. A minnow or a jig fished under a float can be effective for these tasty fish.
Elevation: 708 feet
Shore Length: 2.9 miles
Surface Area: 90 acres
Maximum Depth: 20 feet
Provided by Palisades Interstate Park Commission (PIPC). The lake can be accessed from Co. Route 106. No fishing from the third Saturday in June through Labor Day. Boating has been prohibited to prevent the spread of invasive aquatic vegetation. For more information call 845-786-2701.
Lake Stahahe Contour Map PDF (183 KB)
Fish Species Present
Largemouth Bass, Chain Pickerel, Black Crappie, Bluegill, Brown Bullhead, Pumpkinseed, Yellow Perch, and Rock Bass.