Lincoln Pond

Directions to Access Points:

From the intersection of Route 9 and Route 9N in Elizabethtown follow Route 9N toward Westport. Continue for just under a mile to Lincoln Pond Road on the right. Follow here to Lincoln Pond and the State Campground.  

Shoreline Fishing:

There are ample areas for shore fishing on this pond. You can choose from the campground at the southern end, off Lincoln Pond Road on the western side, or from Kingdom Dam Road on the north. Perch, panfish, and bass are easy enough to catch from shore, but the bets fishing is from a boat. 

Boat access:

Car top boat access is available in all the areas you can do shoreline fishing, small boats with outboards can be launched from the state campground, day use fee will be required.  The pond is popular for Tiger Muskie and northern pike even though the fish are of no substantial size. 

Fish Species:

Tiger muskellunge, northern pike, bass, panfish, bullhead

Special Regulations:

Day use fee at state campground is required

Always follow state fishing regulations and be sure to pick up a NYS Freshwater Fishing Guide at your local outfitters or regional NYSDEC office. 

Also please refer to the state regulations and preventative measures in reagrds to Aquatic Invasive Species, boat wash facilities, and the new state law of “Clean, Drain, and Dry.” 

Ice fishing:

The 721 acre Lincoln Pond is an accessible ice fishing option. The access is easy, the fishing often excellent, and the chance to land a big tiger muskie always a possibility.

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