Welcome To Massena, NY -- Freshwater Fishing Capital
North America’s best fishing is located a corner of New York State, and most people don’t know about it. It’s a beautiful place where three rivers are teeming with all species of freshwater fish and a record-setting lunker may very well be located just a few feet away.
Massena, NY is nestled along the mighty St. Lawrence River between two of its tributaries, the Grasse and Raquette Rivers. It’s a quiet place where people welcome anglers and encourage them to experience why the professionals come here to fish.
They come from all over the country and around the world to chase bass, walleye, carp, musky, northern pike, pan fish and more. And it’s not just the variety of species, it’s the size of the fish!
When was the last time you caught a six pound bass?
ATTENTION CANADIAN ANGLERS!
Massena, NY & surrounding communities allow you to launch your boats, canoes & kayaks for FREE! Just purchase a non-resident fishing license and you can use our boat launches for no extra charge.
Why Fish Massena?
Our three rivers feature some of the best freshwater fishing you can find. Explore all three rivers and catch a variety of fish. Massena features…
Need to some tackle or bait? Have no worries. Massena has tackle and bait shops located in the township to make sure you have the tools necessary…
In Massena, we have plenty of hotels and lodging options to suit your needs. Whether you are coming on your own, with a group or your family, we…
We have fishing charters available for your fishing adventure. Our guides know the waters of the area and allow you to get out on the water to…
Watch Fishing Videos
See why anglers from around the world are raving about the fishing in Massena, New York. With three rivers, including the St. Lawrence River, Massena features some of the best freshwater fishing in the United States. Fish species include walleye, largemouth & smallmouth bass, muskie (muskellunge), carp, northern pike and more. View our videos to see what fishing expert Don Messner and others are catching in Massena, New York.