East of Mayville and south of Cassadaga, the Cassadaga Creek is popular for fly fishing and its stocked brown trout. There is a 5.4 mile Public Fishing Rights section with smallmouth bass, northern pike and the stocked brown trout. There is a daily limit of five with no more than two over 12 inches long.
The Cassadaga Creek headwaters are locatead at Cassadaga Lakes and the creek flows south through Chautauqua County. There is access in the village of Kabob, and access south of Cassadaga off SR60.
Overall, Cassadaga Creek is the 31st most popular fly fishing river of all 32 fly fishing spots in New York.