ANGELICA

NEW YORK

ANGELICA CONSERVATION CLUB

The Club is located at the corner of
West Avenue & West Avenue Extension.
 

The facility includes the Club building that has a full kitchen, room for 100 and restrooms. This facility is available to rent for special occassions. Also on the site is a picnic pavilion, BBQ pits, fishing pond and shooting range.

Picnic Pavilion

Events:

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HUNTING & FISHING

Hunting and Fishing are controlled activities by the New York State Department of Conservation. Angelica has a Conservation Club located on West Avenue where shooting may be practiced on Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings 10 AM - 12 PM by paying members. Membership is very reasonable at $5/year. Contact Bob Jones for a membership pin. 585-466-7422

Licenses are available through the Town Clerk for Hunting & Fishing. Also available at some stores such as K-Mart.

NYS FEES:

Resident Senior Fishing [age 65 +] $5
Resident Annual Fishing $19
Resident 7 Day Fishing $12
Resident Sportsman [allows holder to hunt small and big game and to fish] $37
Resident Super Sportsman [Allows holder to hunt small and big game and to fish, plus bow hunting, muzzle-loader and turkey hunting.] $68
Resident Conservation Legacy [All of the super sportsman plus habitat stamp and subscription to the Conservationist magazine.] $76
Non-Resident Annual Fishing $40
Non-Resident 7 Day Fishing $25
Non-Resident Super Sportsman [Allows holder to hunt small and big game and to fish, plus bow hunting, muzzle-loader and turkey hunting.] $250
Resident & Non-Resident 1 Day Fishing $15

A booklet can be picked up at the Town hall on Fishing & Hunting rules and regulations. Additional information can be learned by calling the DEC office in the Town of Allegany: 716-372-0645

It is recommended that you visit the NYS DEC WEBSITE for additional information on hunting regulations as they are more changeable for our area. It is a very informative site on many natural aspects in New York state.

General Fishing Regulations by Fish Species
Species Open Season Minimum Length Daily Limit
Trout (brook, brown and rainbow trout and hybrids of these species; and splake) April 1 through October 15 Any size 5
Lake Trout April 1 through October 15 21" 3
Landlocked Salmon/ Atlantic Salmon April 1 through October 15 15" 3
Kokanee April 1 through October 15 Any size 10
Coho, chinook, pink salmon - See Great Lakes Regulations


black bass
largemouth/smallmouth
3rd Saturday in June through November 30 12" 5
Muskellunge 3rd Saturday in June through November 30 30" 1
Northern Pike 1st Saturday in May through March 15 18" 5
Pickerel 1st Saturday in May through March 15 15" 5
Tiger muskellunge 1st Saturday in May through March 15 30" 1
Walleye 1st Saturday in May through March 15 15" 5
Crappie All year 9" 25
Atlantic, shortnose &lake sturgeon; paddlefish Closed Possession Prohibited
Lake Whitefish All year Any size 5
Striped bass in the Hudson River and tributaries north of George Washington Bridge Call DEC

American Shad All year Any size 6
Yellow perch All year Any size 50
Sunfish (bluegill, pumpkinseed and redbreast sunfish) All year Any size 50
American eel- all waters except Hudson River All year 6" 50
American eel- Hudson River from the Battery to Troy and all tributaries upstream to the first barrier All year Eels 6-14" only may be possessed in any number for bait. No eels greater than 14" may be possessed. No eels may be possessed for food.
All other species (except endangered and threatened species) All year Any size Any number

---From DEC's Regulation Book effective October 1, 2006 - September 30, 2008

STATE EXCEPTIONS TO THEIR REGULAR ANGLING REGULATIONS IN ALLEGANY COUNTY

Water Body Species Open Season Minimum Size Daily Limit Method
Rushford Lake Trout April 1 - November 30 Any Size 5 with no more than 2 longer than 12"  
Allen Lake Trout All Year Any Size 5 with no more than 2 longer than 12" Ice Fishing Permitted
Allen Lake Black Bass 3rd Saturday in June though November 30 15" 3 Ice Fishing Permitted
Allen Lake Black Bass Dec 1 - Friday Preceding the 3rd Saturday in June Catch and Release Only   Artificial Lures Only
Genesee River from Belmont Dam upstream to PA State Line except section below Trout All Year Any Size 5 with no more than 2 longer than 12"  
Genesee River from Rout 19 bridge in Shongo downstream 2.5 miles Trout All Year Catch and release only Catch and Release only Artificial Lures Only
Wiscoy Creek Trout April 1 - October 15 10" 3  
Wiscoy Creek Trout October 16 - March 31 Catch and Release Only Catch and Release Only Artificial Lures Only
East Koy Creek Trout April 1 - October 15 Any Size 5 with no more than 2 longer than 12"  
East Koy Creek Trout October 16 - March 31 Catch and Release Only Catch and Release Only Artificial Lures Only

---From DEC's Regulation Book effective October 1, 2006 - September 30, 2008

Note: If you are aware of an attraction that should be included in this listing please contact us at webmaster@angelica-ny.com with the name of the attraction, description, location and phone number. If you have a website then include the link for that also. Inclusion is at the sole discretion of the webmaster for this site. General rule is that the attraction should be interesting to someone who may be visiting Angelica. Attractions that are outside the immediate surrounding Towns (1Town adjacent to the Town of Angelica) may be applicable for inclusion especially if there are not similar attractions within the Town of Angelica.

To contact us:
Village of Angelica

21 Peacock Hill Road

Angelica, NY 14709

Phone: 585-466-7431
E-mail: clerk@angelica-ny.com

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VILLAGE OF ANGELICA