Salmon River

The Salmon River in New York is a 44-mile long river located in the northeastern part of the state. Stretching from Tug Hill to Lake Ontario. The Salmon River is renowned for its salmon, steelhead and brown trout fishing.

The Salmon River Reservoir and the Little Salmon River, both tributaries of the Salmon River, add to the scenic beauty and unique character of this area. Additionally, the river is known for its ruggedly beautiful terrain filled with forests, fields and wetlands as well as abundant wildlife.