When planning your trip you may wilsh to contact the local Chamber of Commerce of the area you will be fishing in. They can provide you additional information on what resources and ammenities are available to you.
The Black Lake Chamber of Commerce represents the hamlets around Black Lake which includes several different towns. The organization works to promote businesses in this high traffic tourism and sports angling area.
The Canton Chamber of Commerce is located in the County Seat. Canton is a college town with St. Lawrence University and SUNY Canton. It has two villages: Canton and Rensselaer Falls and a large agricultural community.
The Greater Gouverneur Chamber of Commerce represents an area with a history in mining and industry. The community has a small town atmosphere, as well as being a great supporter of the 10th Mountain Division from Fort Drum to the south.
The Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce represents businesses in this industrial river town and village. Massena is the home to Alcoa Aluminum, as wells as the New York Power Authority, and the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Authority. It is also home to the County’s only mall, St. Lawrence Centre.
The Potsdam Chamber of Commerce is located only 10 miles from Canton, the County Seat, and also is a college town with two universities: Clarkson University and SUNY Potsdam with the well known Crane School of Music. It has a large art and entertainment community as well as a host of dining opportunities.
The Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce represents businesses located in the only city in St. Lawrence County. It is directly on the St. Lawrence River and has a long history of commerce, trade and industry. The city is the home to the Frederic Remington Art Museum and the Fort La Presentation Association which is working to rebuild an historic fort from the mid 1700s.
The Waddington Chamber of Commerce represents this picturesque St. Lawrence River Community, which is located about half-way between the City of Ogdensburg and the Village of Massena. This community has a thriving tourism business and is know as a mecca for anglers, whether it’s for muskie, walleye, bass or carp.
New Freshwater Fishing Book by Local Angler & Guide Available
Mike Seymour, a lifelong angler and licensed guide who has led charters to the best fishing in upstate New York for over 25 years has written a book - The Smart Guide to Freshwater Fishing.By FISHCAP Editor on Jul 26, 2012
NY Bass Chapter Federation to fish the St. Lawrence River
The NY BASS Chapter Federation (NYBCF) will fish the St. Lawrence River on July 22 with anglers competing for their portion of the $20,000 prize money. The first place boater wins a guaranteed $2,500 and the first place non-boater earns $1,500 in their respective division.By FISHCAP Editor on Jul 16, 2012
Hermon 2nd Annual Father's Day Bass Tournament
Hermon 2nd Annual Father's Day Bass TournamentBy FISHCAP Editor on Jun 07, 2012
What the Heck is Bullhead?
The Bullhead Affair by Pat McKeownBy FISHCAP Editor on Apr 18, 2012
Ice Clearing Activities
The St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation has issued the following notice: Ice Clearing ActivitiesBy FISHCAP Editor on Mar 06, 2012