The Little Salmon River is the western branch to the Salmon River and runs from the Canadian border to the Twin Ponds.
The Little Salmon River is a western branch of the Salmon River and is best known for the large brown trout population. The river is wadable with quality “pocket fishing” areas for opportunity. The upstream section of the river has some of the best fishing spots in the Adirondacks for wild brown and brook trout.
The most popular access location is the road crossing between Route 11 and Route 11B