Bowne pond in Queens is one of eight lakes and ponds located in Queens. Queens is east of Brooklyn
and is part of Long Island.
A typical carp taken from Bowne Park. There are panfish here and a few koi
Meadow Lake in Queens. The largest lake in New York City - 100 acres of brackish water
There are carp, white perch and snakeheads in this lake. It is located on the site of the 1964
Oakland Lake has panfish, pickeral and carp.
A mature Bluegill on a March Brown 2 weight fly rod and the ATP 37 graphite fly reel.
Baisley pond has small mouth bass
Kissena Lake home to big carp.
A immature crappie.
Springfield Lake is another brackish water lake. I caught my first white perch here.
Conselyeas pond is in Brookville Park. This pond is Brackish.
Crappie, Bass and Carp