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The 524-mile Erie Canalway welcomes anglers all along its shores. As a gateway to New York’s waters, the canal offers access to a wide range of fishing opportunities—from small streams to the Great Lakes.
Many fishermen seek out areas near the canal system’s locks, where fish often congregate. Common catches include: walleye, northern pike, small and large mouth bass, panfish, and blueback herring.