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Western New York Outdoors
A Parks and Recreation Guide to locations for outdoor adventures in WNY.

Wiscoy and East Koy
Creeks in the Town of Pike, Wyoming County.


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Gone Fishin'

Description:

Fed by cold springs these are some of New York State's finest wild brown trout streams. The Wiscoy Creek flows southeast thru Bliss and Pike.  There are about 9 miles of public access, popular with fisherman.

  • A section of the North Branch of Wiscoy Creek can be accessed north of Bliss, off Route 362 (Pearl Street).
    Trout Brook is a quality tributary with brook trout that is just south of the East Hillside Road Bridge.
    Main Street, Route 19, near the Pike Library.
    Beardsley Park Rest Area on Rt. 39 outside of Pike.
    Water Street, west of Rt. 39, on CR 50.
    Rt. 19 to Canal Street turns into East Koy Road, CR 24, with 4 marked access points.

Nearby is East Koy Creek, which is between the hamlets of Hermitage and Lamont.  All these streams eventually combine and flow into the Genesee River.  This area of hills, forests and streams are very scenic.  There are several areas along these streams with public fishing rights access, about 12 miles.

  • Bridge at Rt. 78 and Hermitage Road.
    Bridge on Hardy's Road, CR 10, SE off Rt. 78.
    Green Bay Road, east off Hardy's Road, south off Rt. 78.
    Shearing Road, east off Green Bay Rd., at railroad tracks along Shearing to Rt. 19.
    Murphy Road parking area, west of Lamont.

Maps:

Wyoming County

The Wiscoy Creek and North Branch, Trout Brook tributary and East Koy Creek.

Bliss

North Branch of the Wiscoy Creek and Trout Brook.

East Koy

South of Pike and into the Genesee River.

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North Branch

Wiscoy Creek off Route 39 and Route 362 at Bliss.

Trout Brook

Wiscoy Creek tributary south of East Hillside Road.

Pike Five Corners

Wiscoy Creek at Route 39 and Bridge on Hardy's Road (CR 10). SE off Rt. 78.

Pike Public Access

Route 19 (Main Street) by the Pike Library and East Koy Road.

Wiscoy Creek

Angler parking area and footpaths along Camp Road, south of East Koy Road.

Hermitage Road

East Koy Creek south of Bridge at Route 78.

Gainesville

A footpath to East Koy Creek west of Route 19 on Shearing Road.

Lamont

East Koy Creek off Lamont Road and Griffith Road intersection.

East Koy

Lamont Road to East Koy Road.

Other Related Sites:

NYS DEC - Public Fishing Access download maps for the Wiscoy and East Koy.
Carl Coleman's Flyshop

Neil Cowley - Wiscoy waterfall panorama.
Wyoming County Tourism


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