The History of Landlocked Atlantic Salmon In Colonial times, Atlantic salmon served as a staple
The Ausable River runs through Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties in the Adirondack Park of New York, covering an area of over 90 miles. It is a tributary of Lake Champlain, distinguished by its exciting whitewater rafting and fishing opportunities.
The Ausable River is home to several species of fish such as walleye, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, northern pike and brown trout. Anglers often cast their lines in the Ausable River for an enjoyable outdoor experience.