East Canada Creek is a small river in upstate New York, USA. It is a tributary of the Mohawk River and flows southward from the Adirondack Park in that state. Part of the creek forms the boundary between Herkimer County and Fulton County and Montgomery County. It also flows through the Village of Dolgeville, which is at the border of the two counties. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East Canada Creek
This River is stocked with Trout. It also contains shiners, smallmouth bass, and rock bass. In the area of Manhiem and the power plant the fishing is half way decent on a fly rod but next to impossible to catch trout on a spinning rod. They say that Fishing after midnight with a large lure or a live minnow is your best option.
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