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Learn about raising fingerlings in the Oneida Fish Hatchery

The Oneida Fish Culture Station specializes in raising walleye, but it does occasionally raise some rare fish like lake sturgeon, paddlefish and round whitefish

1-315-623-7311
3 Hatchery Road
Constantia, NY 13044
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The Oneida Fish Culture Station specializes in raising walleye, but it does occasionally raise some rare fish like lake sturgeon, paddlefish and round whitefish. This hatchery features modern rearing facilities as well as a research lab and visitors center.
 

Various life stages of walleye are present at the hatchery from April through September and guests can view a display of other species of Oneida Lake fish in the visitors' center. Tours for organized groups may be arranged in advance by contacting the hatchery manager.

 
Did you know…?
Each year, Oneida Lake produces an average of 200 million walleye fry (newly hatched fish) and 300,000 walleye fingerlings (4" - 6" long). These fish are raised specifically for stocking Oneida Lake and several other public waters throughout New York State.
 
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