Genesee River

The Genesee River flows from Northern PA, through western New York State where it empties out into Lake Ontario. The Genesee covers a total of 157 miles with its watershed spanning an area of 2,500 square miles. It is characterized by numerous waterfalls, including High Falls and Lower Falls, as well as rapids and gorges throughout its course.

The Genesee River supports a variety of fish species, such as brown and rainbow trout, steelhead, largemouth bass, walleye, carp, northern pike, muskellunge and panfish.