Oswego County
Welcome to Oswego County, NY!
Experience the thrill of Charter Fishing on Lake Ontario or the beautiful Oneida Lake! Whether you’re with friends of family we
guarantee you’ll have a memorable and enjoyable experience!

If you’re looking to river fish for trophy salmon, trout & steelhead, Oswego County, NY has the world-famous Salmon River, the Oswego River and many
other Lake Ontario Tributaries. Few areas in the Northeast offer the quality and diversity of fishing found in Oswego County. From trolling on Lake
Ontario for trophy trout, salmon and walleyes to fly fishing for wild brook trout in a freestone stream tucked away in the wilderness of the Tug Hill Plateau,
Oswego County offers angling opportunities unmatched in New York State.
US Outdoorsman Central invites you to come to Oswego County for great hunting, fishing. camping and more!
Hunting in Oswego County is one of northern New York State’s best kept secrets.
Bountiful wildlife populations, including whitetail deer, turkey, waterfowl, grouse, snowshoe hare and other upland game provide fine hunting. Pheasant
hunting is also available in some stocked areas. Bow hunting for carp up to 40 lbs. Is popular, especially during the late spring spawning season.
Oswego County contains a wealth of public hunting land, roughly 40,000 acres.
For more information, visit our website at:
www.visitoswegocounty.com
US Outdoorsman Central Member, Scott Norton, took these nice Walleyes on Oneida Lake near Brewerton, NY
 US Outdoorsman Central Member, Maureen McCann, took this 6# Large Mouth Bass in Oswego County
US Outdoorsman Central Member, Ross Ireland, took this nice long beard in Oswego County
Fishing Reports
Charters and Guides
Fishing Services
Where to Fish
Tournaments
Where to Hunt
Hunting Seasons
Hunting Safety
Courses
DEC Regulations
Where to buy your
License

But wait, there is
much more!
•ATV’s & 4 Wheelers
•Birding
•Camping
•Canalling
•Canoeing, Kayaking &
Rafting
•Cross County Skiing &
Snowshoeing
•Dog Sledding &
Skijoring
•Golfing
•Hiking & Biking Trails
•Ice Climbing
•Parks, Forests & Nature
Centers
•Scenic Treasures
•Scuba Diving
•Snowmobiling

HISTORY OF OSWEGO
COUNTY
US Outdoorsman Central Member, Jesse Sherman, took his very first buck with a bow in the Fall of 2010. This buck was taken in Palermo, NY and scored over 180 B&C
Lake Ontario Tributary
Anglers Council (LOTAC)
Captain Dave Wilsons Charters
Catfish Creek Fishing Camps
Map
Captain Dave Wilson|US Outdoorsman Central Trip Partner
Oswego County Public Lands to Fish or Hunt On

Curtiss-Gale. 47 acres, wetland, birdwatching, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
This small area is adjacent to the Oswego River along County Route 57 about 1 mile
south of the Fulton City limits.
Curtiss-Gale Wildlife Management Area Map

Deer Creek Marsh. 1,770 acres, upland, wetland, boat access, viewing tower, scenic
vistas, parking lot, birdwatching, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, fishing and
trapping. Take Route 81 to the Pulaski exit and proceed west on Route 13. Turn north
at the intersection of Route 13 and NYS Route 3 at Port Ontario about 3 miles west of
Pulaski. Proceed north on Route 3 and the WMA will be on your left, accessible by Kelly
Drive and Rainbow Shores Road.
Deer Creek Marsh Wildlife Management Area Map

Happy Valley. 8,895 acres, upland, wetland, hiking trails, parking lot, birdwatching,
cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, fishing and trapping. This WMA is located in
eastern Oswego County with its northern boundary transected by US Route 104 and its
southern boundary by County Route 26. These routes are easily accessible off exit 34
of Interstate 81, east on Route 104 to the area.
Happy Valley Wildlife Management Area
Map

Little John. 7,9120 acres, upland, wetland, hiking trails, birdwatching, camping,
cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, fishing and trapping. This WMA is located
about 45 miles north of Syracuse and 25 miles south of Watertown. 81. Access to the
area is from exit 38 off Interstate 81 via County Route 15 east to County Route 17.
Little
John Wildlife Management Area Map

Three Mile Bay/Big Bay . 3,495/120 acres, wetland, hiking trails, boat access, parking
lot, birdwatching, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, fishing and trapping. This
WMA is situated in southern Oswego County about 6 miles east of the Village of Central
Square and 2 miles west of the Village of Constantia. Access to the area is from NYS
Route 49 via Toad Harbor Road or Lower Road to Wheeler Road and West Road.
Three Mile Bay/Big Bay Wildlife Management Area Map
Oswego County, NY
A map of towns and cities located
in Oswego County, New York
properties below.

Century 21 Galloway Realty
www.century21galloway.com/
183 South 2nd Street
Fulton
(315) 593-1181


Great Lakes NY Real Estate
www.greatlakesny.com/
566 South 4th Street
Fulton
(315) 591-8550


Century 21 Leah's Signature
tkedingsells.com/
160 Edwards Road
Lacona
(315) 387-5801



Tug Hill Real Estate
www.tughillrealestate.com/
4106 New York 31 #40
Clay
(315) 622-2800


Re/Max Realty Plus
www.syracusemls.com/
566 South 4th Street
Fulton
(315) 598-1165



Leah's Signature
www.c21leahs.com/
2168 County Route 48
Lacona
(315) 387-2600
Email: info@oswegocountyatv.org
Website: www.oswegocountyatv.org

Oswego County Federation of
Sportsmen’s
Association
PO Box 135, Lycoming, NY 13093
Phone: 315/963-8413
Website: www.oswegocountyfederation.com

Pathfinder Fish and Game Club
PO Box 194, Fulton, NY 13069
Phone: 315/593-7281, Fax: 315/593-7281
Website: www.pathfinderfishandgame.com

Sandy Pond Sportsman’s Association
(SPSA)
3201 Co. Rte. 15, Pulaski, NY 13142
Phone: 315/387-6310
Email: spsa@sandypond.net
Website: www.sandypondsportsmans.com
Scott
Wildlife Trivia
excitement Oswego County can
offer you, watch these videos.
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