Located in New York, the fly fishing in Syracuse is known for four scenic fly streams and rivers. The best Syracuse fly fishing based on popularity are considered to be Sterling Creek, Oswego River, Salmon River, and Chenango River. For a detailed fly fishing river description and printable river access map, just select a Syracuse fly fishing river or stream below.
Northwest of Syracuse, the Oswego River is becoming more popular with fly fishermen. The Oswego River is formed by the confluence of the Oneida River and Seneca River just south of Phoenix. The Oswego River flows north into Lake Ontario near the town of Oswego. The river is known for its Fall and Winter runs of steelhead, lake brown trout and salmon.
North of Syracuse and west of Fulton, the Sterling Creek is becoming more popular with fly fishermen. The creek flow from the town of Sterling northwest into Lake Ontario north of Fair Haven. The river is known for its Fall and Winter runs of steelhead, lake brown trout and salmon.