Seneca Lake is referred to as the Lake Trout Capital of the world, and it
Seneca Lake is the largest of the glacial Finger Lakes of New York State. It is situated in Schuyler, Seneca, Yates, and Ontario Counties. It has an area of 66.87 square miles and stretches for 37.9 miles in length, making it the deepest glacial lake entirely within the state.
Not only is it the “Lake Trout Capital of the world”, but it also holds the National Lake Trout Derby. Seneca lake is home to a variety of fish species such as Lake trout, Rainbow trout, Atlantic salmon, and Largemouth bass.
It provides stunning views with its deep blue waters enshrouded by lush forests and rolling hills. Seneca Lake is a perfect destination for fishing enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.