New York's Lake Champlain Reciprocal Fishing License
ECL 11-0707 (4)
4. If persons holding fishing licenses issued under the New York Fish and Wildlife Law are not required to have licenses issued by a state named in paragraph a, b, c or d of this subdivision when fishing in that part of the waters, specified in such paragraph, which lies within that state, then, in such case, a person holding a fishing license issued by such state may, without a fishing license issued under the New York State Fish and Wildlife Law, take fish as provided in title 13, from that part of such waters specified in paragraph a, b, c or d which lies within this state:
- a. License issued by Vermont: that part of Lake Champlain lying between New York and Vermont;
- b. License issued by Pennsylvania: that part of the Delaware River lying between New York and Pennsylvania;
- c. License issued by Connecticut: those parts of Indian Lake, and of Samuel Bargh Reservoir (Mianus Reservoir) lying between New York and Connecticut;
- d. License issued by New Jersey: that part of Greenwood Lake lying between New York and New Jersey.