Conesus Lake Inlet in New York at the south end of Conesus Lake has one of the most amazing spawning runs of pike and walleye that you can possibly imagine.
The time is now to make a trip to the Conesus Lake Inlet to see one of the best runs of marble eyes and big northern pike you will ever see. People will tell you that there are so many of them, you could walk across the creek on their backs.
It’s a great time to get out there while there are still fish in the inlet. Remember to bring your favorite camera because you are going to see something amazing.
Conesus Lake is the western most of the eleven Finger Lakes in New York State. At about 3,400 surface acres and eight miles in length, Conesus Lake offers a wide variety of sport fishing opportunities. The great panfishing is one thing, but Conesus offers anglers a chance to take smallmouth and largemouth bass, tiger muskies, and of course walleyes and wall-hanger northern pike.
Start looking for your chance to see these spawning fish by finding the Conesus Inlet Wildlife Management Area located off of East Lake Road (Rt. 256) near the south end of the lake.
The Conesus Lake inlet in New York is a great place to see something that you don’t get to see very often. Make a day trip today and you might see the fish of your dreams swimming right in front of you.