Don't let the weather keep you from fishing. That's not the Adirondack way.

Ice fishing is a treasured tradition. From the expanse of Schroon Lake which supports a small village of shanties and tents, to little ponds which freeze first and let anglers get a jump on the season, the Schroon Lake Region is a treasure trove of hardwater.

Ice fishing is a family and group activity than can adapt to other winter fun. Expanses of frozen lake become a blank canvas for cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and fat tire biking.

New to the sport? Our Adirondack Guides will be happy to help out.
For more, read the blog post, Anglers on Ice.

Hoffman Road (Route 24)
Schroon Lake, New York 12870

Horseshoe Pond Road
Schroon Lake, New York 12870

291 Campsite Road
Newcomb, New York 12852

Ensign Pond Road
North Hudson, New York 12855