Schoharie Creek

Schoharie Creek flows for 86 miles through three
counties before entering the Mohawk River at the
village of Fort Hunter. The upper 27 miles above
Schoharie Reservoir, all in Greene County, are con-
sidered trout water, with a fish barrier dam at mile 60.
Below the reservoir, Schoharie Creek is considered
warm water with bass and walleye. Wild trout exist
throughout the Greene County portion of Schoharie
Creek, but are not abundant except for the headwa-
ters: the upper 4 miles of the stream. Many of the
small tributaries contain brook trout. From the bar-
rier dam at Prattsville upstream to the village of Elka
Park, 22 miles, the stream is stocked with 16,300
yearling and 1,600 two year old brown trout.

More Fishing Information and Maps: http://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrschoharie.pdf

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Map: West Kill Fishing

Map: West Kill Fishing

Schoharie Creek flows for 86 miles through three
counties before entering the Mohawk River at the
village of Fort Hunter. The upper 27 miles above
Schoharie Reservoir, all in Greene County, are con-
sidered trout water, with a fish barrier dam at mile 60.
Below the reservoir, Schoharie Creek is considered
warm water with bass and walleye. Wild trout exist
throughout the Greene County portion of Schoharie
Creek, but are not abundant except for the headwa-
ters: the upper 4 miles of the stream. Many of the
small tributaries contain brook trout. From the bar-
rier dam at Prattsville upstream to the village of Elka
Park, 22 miles, the stream is stocked with 16,300
yearling and 1,600 two year old brown trout.

More Fishing Information and Maps: http://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/pfrschoharie.pdf