Emerald Lake - New York

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Emerald Lake - New YorkLevel 8
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Emerald Lake - New York
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As the weather gets colder, you are more likely to get fish bites in the afternoon and early evening. Keep this in mind when fishing in fall time.

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In late summer and early fall the most productive fishing time is around late morning and early evening, when the sun is high enough.

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In cool, overcast weather non-predatory fish are less active. Perfect time to get out your pike and predator fishing tackle. These monsters are active all day round.

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Fees
Travel fee
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2500
Fishing fee (per day)
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500


This picturesque and shady lake is situated in one of the largest remote areas in the state of New York that shows practically no marks of civilization. Snugly hidden in a natural wilderness that encompasses thousands of acres of rolling hills and unbroken forestlands, Emerald Lake overwhelms with its cool tranquility and mystic atmosphere. Despite the lake’s exquisite natural beauty, its remote location makes it inaccessible to simple tourists, with only the daring anglers exploring its desolate shoreline. Indeed, Emerald Lake's varying terrain offers both low banks and drop-offs near the shoreline thus providing two different angling locations perfect for catching Grass Pickerel, Northern Pike, Black Crappie, Yellow Perch or Golden Shiner.


Licenses

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Basic License

Available from level 8

1 day
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400

MUST BE RELEASED:
Trophy Grass Pickerel, Trophy & Unique Sauger, Trophy Redfin Pickerel, Trophy & Unique Chain Pickerel, Trophy Walleye, Trophy Yellow Perch

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Forbidden

BOAT FISHING:
Forbidden

3 days
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1140
Week
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2520
Month
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9600
Unlimited
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35
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Advanced License

Available from level 8

1 day
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900

MUST BE RELEASED:
No restrictions

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Allowed

BOAT FISHING:
Boats & kayaks allowed

3 days
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2565
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5670
Month
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21600
Unlimited
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80


Starting points

The Dock of Peace

The Dock of Peace

This heavily rooted area right on the picturesque bank of Emerald Lake offers a splendid angling location right atop a small wooden dock. This spot may be a bit difficult to access, but you will undoubtedly find it a rewarding sanctuary of peace. Enjoy the lush green, red and yellow of the surrounding woods and sooth your hearing by slight splashing of waves against the wooden logs under your feet. Not to mention that the placid cool waters of this fishing location are delightfully deep, offering great opportunity to catch numerous Black Crappie, Grass Pickerel, Redfin Pickerel and Northern Pike. Perfect fishing spot to try your luck and skills at getting some Trophy catches.

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Midland Charm

Midland Charm

This lovely fishing spot right on the west bank of Emerald Lake is a perfect sunrise view location with an air of midland charm. Here, the shallow sandy shore gradually descends to its untamed depth and the placid, statue-still surface of the lake is disturbed only by an occasional Crappie, hunting just under the surface of the water to feast on unsuspecting flies. As the smell of damp grass and wet sand overwhelms your senses, let all your worries dissolve and concentrate in peaceful meditation as you fish the day away for Northern Pike, Chain Pickerel, Golden Shiner and Yellow Perch hiding in the tree-roots and weed beds just offshore…

Competitions

Name Species Description
Emerald Predator Hunt. Emerald Lake, New York Pike family Hey there, predator hunters! Get out and set up you best float fishing tackle, because the Emerald Predator Hunt is ON! Use all your skill and agility to land the most vicious of predatory monsters and score the most points to win!
Yellow Perch Goldrush. Emerald Lake, New York Yellow Perch Hey, anglers! Time to head over to the state of New York, cuz there’s real fun and drive on Emerald Lake! Join an exciting competition that will determine the most skilled Yellow Perch Trophy hunter. And be sure, these golden critters will put up quite a fight!


Tournaments

Name Species Description
Crappie Valentine Cup Crappie family Welcome to Crappie Valentine Cup - romantic nonsense aside, this year’s February 14th is going to be different! No matter how crappy you thought Saint Valentine’s Day to be, this year it’s going to be about Crappie in a totally different sense, he-he... Join the thrill and excitement of Crappie Valentine Cup for the perfect way to celebrate your deep love of Fishing! Compete in a fun and challenging environment against the very best, as you test your skills in catching Black and White Crappie in a heated race taking you through five different states, from the picturesque banks of Missouri’s Mudwater River, to Louisiana’s swampy Quanchkin Lake! Fame, Glory and a prize pool that includes plenty of Credits, BaitCoins and unique fishing tackle and equipment!
Winter Pike Tour Pike family Welcome to Winter Pike Tour - the most exciting fishing event this holiday season that’s all about landing some big fat Pike! Accept the challenge of this sportfishing Tournament’s first Qualifier and set out to explore the mesmerizingly remote and delightfully swampy Quanchkin Lake in the Pelican State of Louisiana! This unforgettable competitive event will take you through some of North America’s most captivating fishing destinations like Mudwater River and White Moose Lake along with Lakes Emerald and Saint-Croix! Winter Pike Tour promises to be a thrilling competitive battle full of drive, fun and fishing excitement - all to prove yourself as the one and only Pike Fishing Champion win valuable Prizes and most importantly have fun!


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