Directions to access point:
From Newcomb follow Route 28N west toward Long Lake. Continue for around 9.5 miles to the access site on the right. Look for a DEC sign. Follow this short gravel road down to the parking lot.
There is very little shoreline fishing available here. The easement only allows for a boat launch to the flow and at the launch there is very little access for decent casting. The shore of the flow is not open to the public. However by boat you can access Fishing Brook that feeds into and out of the flow where you can fish from shore, but you need to remain within 33 feet of the shore of the brook.
County Line Flow is best fished from the waters and the boat access allows you to do so from a canoe or kayak only, there is no boat launch for the flow.
Fish species types:
Brook trout, bullhead
No shore access from County Line Flow, stay within 33 feet of Fishing Brook when fishing from shore.
All non-motorized uses allowed. Electric motors are permitted.
PLEASE RESPECT PRIVATE PROPERTY.
Do not go ashore on County Line Flow.
Stay within 33 feet of Fishing Brook
NO HUNTING OR TRAPPING.
Always follow State fishing regulations and be sure to pick up a NYS Freshwater Fishing Guide at your local outfitters or regional NYSDEC office.
The carry is an easy one as it is all downhill. It is a carry of only around 200' so a cart would not be necessary. The launch area is still very new and just opened by the DEC under a conservation easement with the land owners. The pond is long and somewhat narrow, allowing for excellent wind protection, but it can still get a bit choppy during bad weather. Small bays and narrows on the NW end of the pond are a nice place to check out. You can proceed up and down Fishing Brook a very little bit if the conditions are right.
Type of launch
Type of carry
200 foot carry along a gravel path, downhill
Type of water
Well sheltered and calm, there may be small motors on the small pond as it is essentially a private pond with public access. There is no access to shore from the pond other than the launch site.