The History of Landlocked Atlantic Salmon In Colonial times, Atlantic salmon served as a staple
The Saranac River is a tributary of Lake Champlain located in upstate New York. It runs 81 miles through Clinton, Franklin and Essex Counties, with notable features such as the historic High Falls Gorge and Great Chasm along its route.
The river is home to many species of fish including largemouth bass, walleye, northern pike, brown bullhead and yellow perch. The area surrounding the Saranac River is a popular destination for outdoor activities such as canoeing, kayaking, fishing and hiking