Little Sodus Bay
Fair Haven is located around most of Little Sodus Bay, a bay on Lake Ontario.
NY Route 104A passes through the village. Fair Haven State Park is located northeast of the village.
The Village of Fair Haven is a delightful community surrounding Little Sodus Bay. It has changed from a shipping port to a resort community and features some of the best fishing, swimming, boating and camping in New York State. It has been said that the Fair Haven sunset is rivaled in beauty only by those in Japan. Maybe you should come and take a look... and another . and another...
Sodus Bay is large inlet on the southern shore of Lake Ontario and is located about midway between Syracuse and Rochester. Sodus Bay is roughly 3000 acres in size. The Bay has a maximum depth of just under 50 feet however most of the bay is relatively shallow and is 20 feet or less in depth.
Sodus Bay fisherman may encounter the following species of fish northern pike, walleye, yellow perch, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, pumpkinseed, bluegill, rock bass, crappie, white perch, carp, bullheads, and channel catfish. Recently the yellow perch fishing in Sodus Bay has taken the spotlight. Ice fishing is the bay is fantastic but the season can be short. Anglers fishing from a Sodus Bay charter boat may expect to encounter a wide variety of fish species including brown trout, rainbow trout, lake trout, coho salmon, chinook salmon, atlantic salmon.