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trout season opens the 1 St
« on: March 24, 2013, 09:41AM »
April 1st is opening for trout
who is going to try and get some I'll be going to a few different places with both fly rod and light spinner who else is planing on making it out April 1 St
I am all ready with the lemon and pepper have a new bottle of gas on my small grill that will be in the back of my truck for some fresh rainbow trout
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Re: trout season opens the 1 St
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2013, 09:52AM »
Do you rent a boat or go in one of the larger ones that take you out to sea.   My father-in-law is into fishing, I would like to take him out for a fishing day.
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Re: trout season opens the 1 St
« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2013, 12:36PM »
Trout fishing is freshwater fishing generally done in streams and small brooks wearing waders. Out in Suffolk there are many small lakes you can fish for bass using a canoe or small row boat.
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Re: trout season opens the 1 St
« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2013, 12:41PM »
Get your fresh water permit, and hit one of the lakes out east :rtThumb no boat needed. there is a lake not to far from Yaphank Pistol license bureau - that most people just cast from shore :bobwink

I think it's Upper & Lower Yaphank lake. :thinking
« Last Edit: March 24, 2013, 12:52PM by sbninja »
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Re: trout season opens the 1 St
« Reply #4 on: March 24, 2013, 12:44PM »
Trout can be found in Carmens River in Suffolk

Western Suffolk County

This area offers a diverse fishing opportunity with lake, pond, and stream fishing, from both shore and boat. Bass and other warmwater species are common in most lakes and ponds, and many are stocked with trout as well. Stream fishing is primarily for trout. The Carmans River showcases native brook trout, the only trout species native to Long Island.

    Argyle Lake, Babylon
    Artist Lake, Middle Island
    Avon Manor Pond, Amityville
    Belmont Lake, North Babylon
    Blydenburgh Lake, Smithtown
    Canaan Lake, North Patchogue
    Deep Pond, Wading River
    Forge Pond, Calverton
    Hards Lake, Shirley
    Kahlers Pond, East Moriches
    Knapps Lake, Islip
    Lake Ronkonkoma
    Lower Yaphank Lake
    Millers Pond, Smithtown
    Mill Pond, Sayville
    Mill Pond, Setauket
    Otis Pike Ponds, Calverton
    Patchogue Lake
    Randall Pond, Ridge
    Southards Pond, Babylon
    Swan Lake, Patchogue
    Swan Pond, Calverton
    Twin Ponds, Centerport
    Upper Mills Pond, Calverton
    Upper Yaphank Lake
    West Lake, Patchogue

Eastern Suffolk County

Offering a more secluded fishing experience, Eastern Suffolk County waters provide fishing for bass, yellow perch, white perch, catfish, and others. Of special note is Fort Pond in Montauk which offers fishing opportunities for largemouth bass, smallmouth bass and walleye. Be sure to review parking and/or angling restrictions for each water body.

    Agawam Lake
    Big Fresh Pond
    Big Reed Pond
    Fort Pond
    Fresh Pond, Montauk
    Fresh Pond, Shelter Island
    Great Pond
    Hook Pond
    Kellis Pond
    Laurel Lake
    Little Fresh Pond
    Long Pond
    Marratooka Pond
    Penny Pond
    Poxabogue Pond
    Trout Pond
    Watermill Pond
    Wildwood Lake
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Re: trout season opens the 1 St
« Reply #5 on: March 24, 2013, 12:59PM »
Nassau County too :bobwink

Nassau County


Most ponds in Nassau County are small park ponds where fishing is only allowed from the shore. However, good action can be found for bass, trout and panfish in many of these ponds. Bass fishing in Nassau County is catch and release only. As a result, large bass are not uncommon.


    Camaans Pond, Merrick
    Forest City Park Pond, Wantagh
    Freeport Reservoir, Freeport/Merrick
    Grant Park Pond, Hewlett
    Hempstead Lake, Hempstead Lake State Park
    Lower Twin Pond, Wantagh
    Massapequa Lake
    Massapequa Reservoir
    McDonald Pond, Hempstead Lake State Park
    Oyster Bay Mill Pond
    Ridders Pond, New Hyde Park
    Smith Pond, Rockville Centre
    Smith Pond, Roosevelt
    South Pond
    Upper Twin Pond, Wantagh
    Large Map of Upper Twin Pond
    Wantagh Mill Pond
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Re: trout season opens the 1 St
« Reply #6 on: March 24, 2013, 05:21PM »
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there is a lake not to far from Yaphank Pistol license bureau - that most people just cast from shore

I think it's Upper & Lower Yaphank lake
Yes, they are well known for good fishing. Located just north of the LIE, exit 67. But like most small lakes on L.I., they get heavily overgrown with weeds by summer.


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Bass fishing in Nassau County is catch and release only. As a result, large bass are not uncommon.

Actually, because access is limited to shore fishing only in Nassau, the bass in the larger lakes get big, but usually are in the deeper parts not accessible from shore. But there are always exceptions. This bass taken at Upper Twin Pond, Wantagh back in 2009. But usually I would come up empty handed. So this was a rare suprise.
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