Walleyes are common in Conesus and and uncommon in Owasco Lake. Other Finger Lakes having populations of them include Honeoye and Otisco Lakes.
Channel Catfish are found in pockets throughout the region. To the best of my knowledge, none of the Fingerlakes have large populations of them.
Chain pickerel are common in Cayuga, Canandaigua, Honeoye, and Keuka Lakes. They are also found in Seneca, Canadice, Hemlock and Skaneateles Lake.
The Largemouth Bass is by far the most popular freshwater game fish in the US and the state fish of Florida, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi.
Adults are generally silvery with a slightly forked tail and small X-shaped markings on the back and upper sides.
I think fishermen take carp for granted. They are so abundant in the area (and throughout the country) that many people don't value them.
Sunfish are a diverse family of freshwater North American fish, mostly round in shape and of interesting colors.
Black Crappie are the most common crappie species in the Finger Lakes. A few white crappie can be found in Otisco Lake. They are most often targeted in the spring and through the ice.
The ubiquitous lowly rockbass. Is there any fish that anglers catch in freshwater that gets less respect? I shall think not.
Yellow Perch are popular North American freshwater pan-fish, available year-round albeit small and easy to catch.
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