Susquehanna River

The Susquehanna River is a 444-mile long river that flows from upstate New York state through Pennsylvania , and out into Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. It runs through several counties in New York, including Chenango, and Broome. The North Branch of the Susquehanna begins as the outlet of Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, New York.

The Susquehanna River has an area of approximately 27,500 square miles and is known for its cold-water fisheries, which are home to various fish species such as rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, walleye and muskellunge. It is also a popular destination for recreational activities such as fishing, kayaking, canoeing and more. The Susquehanna River is an important part of the local ecology in New York state and provides many opportunities for outdoor recreation and exploration.