The St. Lawrence River

The St. Lawrence River serves as the international border between the United States and Canada and is home to the famous 1000 Islands. Visitors have been vacationing in this region of fairytale castles, lighthouses and stately mansions for more than 100 years. All of those islands – 1,864 to be exact – mean endless angling opportunities ranging from shoreline casting to jigging and trolling channel drop-offs. Depths on the St. Lawrence River range from warm water bays of less than 8 feet to the frigid channel depths of more than 100 feet.