The History of Landlocked Atlantic Salmon In Colonial times, Atlantic salmon served as a staple
The Boquet River is located in the Adirondack Park in North Eastern New York. Originating just south of the Ausable Lakes in Clinton County and flowing for 40 miles through Essex County before eventually emptying into Lake Champlain.
The Boquet is a popular spot for fishing as it has a variety of fish species such as brown trout, rainbow trout, smallmouth bass and landlocked Atlantic salmon. The Boquet River is also a popular spot for kayaking and canoeing due to its winding course and numerous rapids. There are several public access points along the Boquet River where anglers can launch their boats or rent kayaks. The scenic views of the Adirondack Mountains that surround the river make for an enjoyable day on the water.