Cannonsville Reservoir Fishing Map

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Fishing Info for Cannonsville Reservoir

The Cannonsville Reservoir is a reservoir in the New York City water supply system in Delaware County, New York. It was formed by construction of the Cannonsville Dam on its west end, which impounded over half of the West Branch of the Delaware River. Lying on the western part of the Delaware Watershed, it is the westernmost of New York City's reservoirs. It was placed in service in 1964, and is the most recently constructed New York City-owned reservoir. The town of Cannonsvile was destroyed to make room for the reservoir, which lies within the towns of Tompkins and Deposit. Its 455 square miles (1,180 km2) drainage basin is the largest of all of the NYC reservoirs. Capacity is 95.7 billion US gallons (362,000,000 m3). Water from the reservoir flows through the 44-mile (71 km) into the Rondout Reservoir, before joining the 85-mile (137 km) Delaware Aqueduct, which provides New York City with about 50% of its drinking water. The Delaware Aqueduct then crosses beneath the Hudson River and continues on to the West Branch Reservoir in Putnam County, New York, then the Kensico Reservoir in Westchester County, both north of the city. It then continues further south to the Hillview Reservoir in Yonkers, where it joins the flows of the Catskill and New Croton aqueducts for distribution through the New York City tunnel system. The Cannonsville Dam is being considered as a site for a 14.08MW hydroelectric generating station.

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Cannonsville Reservoir Fishing Map Stats

TitleCannonsville Reservoir
Nearby CitiesDeposit, Walton, Colchester, Sanford, East Branch, Masonville, Hancock, Sidney Center, Unadilla, Downsville
Area *4766.97 acres
Shoreline *59.96 miles
Min Longitude-75.38
Min Latitude42.06
Max Longitude-75.17
Max Latitude42.16
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* some Stats may include nearby/connecting waterbodies

Marine Wind Meteogram for Lake/Chart

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Date/TimeSpeed *Dir *
03/23 Thu 12:00AM1.71333.04
03/23 Thu 03:00AM2.22303.75
03/23 Thu 06:00AM1.81325.04
03/23 Thu 09:00AM1.76313.31
03/23 Thu 12:00PM1.75317.67
03/23 Thu 03:00PM3.4126.72
03/23 Thu 06:00PM4.644.14
03/23 Thu 09:00PM3.7666.66
03/24 Fri 12:00AM2.68134.78
03/24 Fri 03:00AM2.89125.7
03/24 Fri 06:00AM3.67147.51
03/24 Fri 09:00AM2.78147.94
03/24 Fri 12:00PM2.63150.65
03/24 Fri 03:00PM3.69158.12
03/24 Fri 06:00PM3.75161.02
03/24 Fri 09:00PM2.77164.88
03/25 Sat 12:00AM1.93184.79
03/25 Sat 03:00AM1.85223.14
03/25 Sat 06:00AM1.24291.57
03/25 Sat 09:00AM3.05318.46
03/25 Sat 12:00PM6.5308.85
03/25 Sat 03:00PM8.51318.48
03/25 Sat 06:00PM8.68315.88
03/25 Sat 09:00PM6.43316.16
03/26 Sun 12:00AM4.74313.41
03/26 Sun 03:00AM3.19333.33
03/26 Sun 06:00AM6.3674.38
03/26 Sun 09:00AM5.5886.89
03/26 Sun 12:00PM4.9992.06
03/26 Sun 03:00PM5.88105.15
03/26 Sun 06:00PM5.87106.16
03/26 Sun 09:00PM4.86116.67
* : UTC Timezone, Speed in meters per sec, and True Direction