DEC Releases Spring Trout Stocking Lists

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ALBANY – The New York State Department of Environmental Resources has released its list of local trout stocking activity in area streams, lakes and creeks. Trout season opens April 1 in New York.

The following listing reflects the anticipated number of yearling and older trout to be stocked into listed waters during spring 2019. Actual numbers and stocking times may vary depending on fish availability and weather conditions. The fish are stocked with help from County Federated Sportsmen.








In Chautauqua County, the list includes the following:

Bear Lake Outlet, Stockton, 800 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Canadaway Creek, Arkwright, 250 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Canadaway Creek, Arkwright, 50 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Cassadaga Creek, Stockton, 270 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Cassadaga Creek, Stockton, 200 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Cassadaga Creek, Stockton, 440 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Clay Pond, Poland, 300 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Clay Pond, Poland, 100 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Conewango Creek West Branch, Villenova, 580 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Farrington Hollow Brook, Cherry Creek, 270 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Goose Creek,  N. Harmony, Harmony, 300 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Goose Creek, N. Harmony, Harmony, 930 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Goose Creek, N. Harmony, Harmony, 1,050 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Goose Creek, N. Harmony, Harmony, 100 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Goose Creek, N. Harmony, Harmony, 440 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Mill Creek, Gerry, 800 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Mill Creek, Gerry, 100 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches.









For Cattaraugus County, the list is as follows:

Bay State Brook, Red House, 490 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Beaver Meadow Creek, Ellicottville, 350 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Birch Run Pond #1, Allegany, 200 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Bone Run, South Valley, 270 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Bone Run, South Valley, 270 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Case Lake, Franklinville, 600 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Case Lake, Franklinville, 1,590 Brown Trout, 8.5 – 9.5 inches;
Case Lake, Franklinville, 1,800 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Cattaraugus Creek South Branch, East Otto, 1,060 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Connoisarauley Creek, Ashford, 400 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
County Pond A, Randolph, 200 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
County Pond B, Randolph, 200 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Crandall Pond, Ashford, 300 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Elton Creek, Freedom, 1,330 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Elton Creek, Freedom, 200 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Elton Creek, Freedom, 890 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Five Mile Creek, Allegany, 2,570 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Forks Creek, Great Valley, 1,420 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Forks Creek, Great Valley, 800 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Franklinville Retention Pond, Franklinville, 400 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Great Valley Creek, Ellicottville, 400 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Great Valley Creek, Great Valley, 2,390 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Great Valley Creek, Great Valley, 1,240 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Guernsey Run, South Valley, 180 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Harwood Lake, Farmersville, 350 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Harwood Lake, Farmersville, 4,600 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Haskell Creek, Hinsdale, 700 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Ischua Creek, Franklinville, 1,500 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Ischua Creek, Franklinville, 3,325 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Ischua Creek, Franklinville, 2,950 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Ischua Creek, Franklinville, 1,240 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Lake Flavia, Dayton, 2,000 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Little Conewango Creek, Conewango, 1,550 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Little Conewango Creek, Conewango, 200 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Little Conewango Creek, Conewango, 800 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Mansfield Creek, Mansfield, 440 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Mansfield Creek, Mansfield, 100 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Maples Club Pond, Otto, 300 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
New Albion Lake, New Albion, 2,480 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches
New Albion Lake, New Albion, 300 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
New Albion Lake, New Albion, 2,800 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
North Branch Sawmill Run, South Valley, 130 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Olean Creek, Olean (Town), 180 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Paisley Park Pond, Randolph, 50 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Paisley Park Pond, Randolph, 50 Brook Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Quaker Lake, Elko, 400 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Quaker Lake, Elko, 3,720 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Quaker Lake, Elko, 3,720 Brown Trout, 8.5 – 9.5 inches;
Quaker Run, Cold Spring, 1,580 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Quaker Run, Cold Spring, 100 Brown Trout, 12 -15 inches;
Quaker Run, Cold Spring, 820 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Quaker Run, Cold Spring, 890 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Red House Brook, T17, Red House, 620 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Red House Brook, Red House, 1,060 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Red House Brook, Red House, 530 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Red House Brook, Red House, 970 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Red House Brook, Red House, 710 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Red House Lake, Red House, 1,240 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Red House Lake, Red House, 660 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Rice Brook, Carrollton, 270 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Science Lake, Red House, 220 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches;
Science Lake, Red House, 220 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches’
Wrights Creek, Humphrey, 750 Brown Trout, 8 – 9 inches.















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