Snowmobile Trails Map

Trail Conditions

Snowmobile Trails Remain Closed
Monday, March 18, 2019 - 10:34am
Closed

Looks like this might be it for the snowmobile season.  Next 15 day forecast shows no accumulation of snow.  In the event of a random snow event, please check back.  Happy Spring!

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We have over 450+ miles of snowmobile trails in Cattaraugus County. Download the map in PDF or download files for your GPS device! The Pat McGee Trail (12.2 miles) is a major segment of the Cattaraugus County trails system going from the Village of Cattaraugus to the Northern part of Salamanca. Allegany State Park contains over 74 miles of snowmobile trails.

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Top 10 site for Steelhead Fishing

Cattaraugus Creek has been listed in the top 10 sites for Steelhead Fishing (rainbow trout fishing) by 2 outdoor magazines. Steelhead Trout AKA Rainbow trout are very similar to Salmon in both taste and habits. Unlike other areas of the United States, our native Rainbow trout (Steelhead Trout) spend a majority of time in Lake Erie a freshwater lake and spawn in the Cattaraugus Creek and other tributaries.

The following is from the New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation's article "Steelhead Fishing in Lake Erie Tributaries"

Lake Erie's tributary streams, both big and small, receive an annual run of migratory rainbow trout called "steelhead." From October through April, thousands of steelhead ascend New York's Lake Erie tributaries on their mission to spawn. Excellent fishing opportunities await any angler who wishes to try their hand at steelhead fishing. Between the acrobatic leaps, long drag-screaming runs and rod quaking head shakes, the fight of an early run steelhead is a truly exhilarating experience.

Read more about Steelhead/Rainbow fishing on the Cattaraugus Creek

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