Battle Fish Charters Fishing Photos

About Battle Fish Charters Photo Gallery

Welcome to the Battle Fish Charters Photo Gallery, where the thrilling world of Saranac Lake fishing comes to life! Our collection showcases the heart-pounding glory of reeling in a massive catch against the breathtaking backdrop of the Adirondack Mountains. With stunning images capturing the adventure of kayak fishing on crystal-clear waters and the exhilaration of ice fishing in winter wonderlands, our gallery invites you to witness firsthand the magic of angling in one of New York's most picturesque destinations.

Prepare to be amazed as you browse through our diverse selection of photos, each one telling its own compelling story of triumph and excitement. From moments of anticipation, as lines are cast into serene, sun-dappled lakes to awe-inspiring shots of anglers battling powerful fish against a backdrop of snow-cloaked trees, our gallery immerses you in the adrenaline-pumping world of Saranac Lake fishing like never before. Whether you're an experienced angler seeking inspiration or a nature lover yearning for a glimpse into this captivating pastime, our photo collection is sure to leave you breathless with its raw beauty and untamed spirit.

Battle Fish Charters Photo Album is a collection of our guests in action. The fish photos include Walleye (Also Called Blue Pike, Dory, Glass Eye, Gray Pike, Marble Eye, Pike-Perch, Yellow Pike-Perch ), Smallmouth Bass (Also Called Black Bass, Bronzeback, Brownie, Gold Bass, Green Bass, Jumper), Largemouth Bass (Also Called Green Trout, Black Bass), Northern Pike (Also Called water wolf, common pike, snake, great northern pike, American pike, jackfish, Great Lakes pike, grass pike, pickerel, longhead, and snot rocket), Rainbow Trout (Also Called ), Brook Trout (Also Called Brookie, Char, Eastern Brook Trout, Native Trout), Brown Trout (Also Called ), Lake Trout (Also Called Great Lake Trout, Siscowet ), American Yellow Perch (Also Called Lake Perch, Perch ).  The fishing photos are taken in Upper Saranac Lake, Lower Saranac Lake