Fish/Game

Robinwood Park is situated in the western Adirondacks and surrounded by miles of canoeable lakes, rivers, and flows. Fishing generally focuses on Largemouth Bass, Brook Trout, and Rainbow Trout in Club waters, but Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout and other fish species can be angled in the many lakes and streams near the Club.

Deer are the main focus of hunting at Robinwood Park. Though the annual take is somewhat lower than it was in the 1980s, their numbers have increased recently due to some mild winters. Logging at several locations on the Club property has also increased deer brouse and their survival in recent years. Rabbit, woodcock, and grouse populations are also healthy on Club lands; a number of hunters seek them in the fall or winter months (depending on their season). The bear population has permitted hunters to take several each fall.

Check out a few images of game from within (and near) Robinwood Park, or click of the drop-down submenus of this page for more images of fish and game taken by members and their guests.

Paddle sized Rainbow Trout from Clear Pond.

Paddle sized Rainbow Trout from Clear Pond.

Barry and dinner for two Clear Pond.

Barry and dinner for two Clear Pond.

Bob and a recent buck.

Bob and a recent buck.

Jayboy with deer at old lodge.

Jayboy with deer at old lodge.

Danny and one of his recent trophies.

Danny and one of his recent trophies.

Barry with paddle-sized rainbow trout from Clear Pond

Barry with paddle-sized rainbow trout from Clear Pond

Big Largemouth Bass taken on opening day at Bog Lake.

Big Largemouth Bass taken on opening day at Bog Lake.

Big brookies from Bog Lake.

Big brookies from Bog Lake.

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