Upper St. Regis Lake

Part of the St. Regis River chain, and its largest body of water, this popular spot has plenty of nooks and crannies for the crafty angler to explore. It is part of the original Seven Carries canoe route, so bringing a portagable boat allows access to many smaller, more remote, ponds and lakes.

The lake is 742 acres in size. Average depth is 25 feet with a maximum depth of 90 feet.

Species: Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Brown Bullhead, Yellow Perch, Lake Troute, Splake, Largemouth Bass, Landlocked Atlantic Salmon, Pumpkinseed

Access: a mix of Public and Private, with roads nearby.

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