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Lake Huntington

Lake Huntington provides anglers the opportunity to target a variety of warmwater fish. Additionally, walleye are occasionally stocked by private groups and recent surveys have shown they survive well and grow to a relatively large size.

Physical Features:

Elevation: 1,207 feet
Area: 100 acres
Shoreline Length: 1.6 miles
Max Depth: 35 feet
Mean Depth: 8.9 feet
County & Town: Sullivan County, Town of Cochecton


NYS DEC concrete boat launch off of Route 42 on Narrowsburg Rd in the Town of Cochecton. Parking for 5 cars and trailers. View the Lake Huntington Contour Map (PDF).

For more information on this launch including Google Maps driving directions, visit the Boat Launch Sites for Sullivan County page.

Fish Species:

Walleye, Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Chain Pickerel and Panfish.


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Anglers have a lot of success catching the walleye using krocodile spoons and worm harnesses.


Statewide Fishing Regulations Apply

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