The following regulation is codified within New York Codes, Rules and Regulations (NYCRR) under…
- Title 6, Department of Environmental Conservation
190.31 Bog River Flow Area
For the purposes of this section, Bog River Flow Area means those forest preserve lands lying and situated in the Towns of Clifton, Colton and Piercefield, St. Lawrence County, the Town of Long Lake, Hamilton County and consisting of the State-owned lands within 150 feet horizontal distance from high water of Lows Lake (including Grass Pond), Hitchins Pond, and the Bog River lying westerly from Lows Lower Dam.
(b) Public use of Pole Island, Gooseneck Island and Frying Pan Island, all situated in Lows Lake in the Town of Colton in St. Lawrence County is prohibited during the months of June, July and August.
(c) Public use of Boones Landing, Moose Bay Landing and Virgin Timber Landing all situated on the south shore of Lows Lake in the Town of Long Lake in Hamilton County is prohibited during the months of June, July and August except by permit.