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Moreau Lake

Introduction

Moreau Lake is located within Moreau Lake State Park in Saratoga County. The lake offers easy access for small boats and good fishing opportunities. The majority of the lake's shoreline is state park land, so access to the lake is easy.

Physical Features

Surface Area: 122 acres
Mean Depth: 32 feet
Moreau Lake Contour Map (PDF) (195 KB)

Access

A boat launch is located within the park. To travel to the park take the Northway (I-87) to Exit 17S to South Glens Falls, Then follow the signs to the park. There is a fee to access the park, and no motors are permitted on the lake. There is parking for 10 cars and trailers.

Fishing

Fish found within this lake include: largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, brown bullhead, chain pickerel, pumpkinseed and rainbow trout.

Top fishing

Moreau Lake has excellent fishing for both largemouth bass and rainbow trout that are stocked by the county. Because of its depth it provides a refuge for the trout during the hot summer days. On the northern end of the lake, it becomes relatively shallow and weedy which provides for good largemouth and pickerel habitat.

Regulations

Special fishing regulations apply to Moreau Lake. Ice fishing is permitted on Moreau Lake.