Genesee River, East Koy and Wiscoy Creeks
The Genesee River runs through the heart of Western New York State. The Genesee head waters are located in northern Pennsylvania and the river flows north 157 miles before emptying into Lake Ontario. The River is divided into three sections each with its own unique fishery. The Upper Genesee is a meca for trout fishing, the middle Genesee offers some of the best smallmouth on the fly rod that you'll find anywhere. Closer to Lake Ontario the river offers everything from pike to fall runs of king salmon. Our famous tributaries include; East Koy Creek, Oatka (including Spring Creek) Creek, Wiscoy Creek. Our River Dog Fly Shop is in Houghton, NY which is located on the upper middle section but only minutes away from the East Koy and Wiscoy tributaries.
Some other notable fly fishing waters surrounding our shop and within an easy 30 minute drive or less are Allen Lake, Clear Creek, Ischua Creek and Upper Cattaraugus Creek.