Spitfire Lake

This is the "little" one of the St. Regis River chain, but that still leaves two hundred and sixty acres to explore. Average depth of 16 feet with a maximum of 31 feet. 

Look for largemouth and smallmouth bass, northern pike, yellow perch, brown bullhead, pumpkinseed, and rainbow smelt.

Access: Private, reached by permission via Paul Smiths College. Alternately, paddle in from Upper St Regis Lake Boat Launch or the Keese Mills Road outlet dam.

Photo by Mwanner (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons

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Paul Smiths, 12970
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