Conesus Inlet Wildlife Management Area


Conesus Inlet is a 1,200-acre wetland located at the south end of Conesus Lake in central Livingston County. Vegetation is typical marshland flora surrounded by brush, swamp hardwoods, and some open land. The biggest attraction at this time of year is the springtime migration of spawning northern pike and walleyes as they move upstream from the lake toward the marsh to lay their eggs.