North Country Region
The North Country of New York couldn't have more diverse fisheries. Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River, the Ausable are just a few of the waters connecting the North Country. This is New York's Adirondack Mountains. Lakes and ponds too numerous to name crowd the North. Well, maybe we can name a few — Lake Champlain, the Oswegatchie river, the Saranac River...
This area is rich in water and our chapters are close stewards and a watchful eye over a complicated and fragile environment.
Tug Hill - chapter #589
The Tug Hill/Black River chapter are a dedicated group of river enthusiasts, conversationalists and anglers who are dedicated to protecting and restoring the coldwater fisheries and their watersheds in the Tug Hill and Black River areas of upstate New York. Their recent DNA study located some of the purest genetic strains in the state!
Lake Champlain - chapter #419
This chapter is working hard to get the Imperial Dam removed as well as other restoration projects. They keep busy in a wonderful area of New York! Contact us if you want to get involved!
Adirondack - chapter #473
Located in the east side of the Adirondacks, this chapter is highly active in restoration projects, with the Battenkill Home Rivers Initiative being a major focus.