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Author Topic: where to go...new to mass  (Read 983 times)

hoppy

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where to go...new to mass
« on: Jan 30, 2009, 05:38 PM »
new to mass fishing. hit goose pond a few eeks back with not so good results.
anybody reccomend any lakes/ponds in south central or western mass that are or can be decent to ice fish? i live in suffield, ct on the mass line.
not looking for secret ponds just a decent place me and my buddy can go to and hopefully have a decent day. not looking for pike. mostly trout/salmon with anything else that wants to bite.

thanks for your help. if it means anything to you congamond was my backyard for 20 years.
if you need help/info about that lake im more then willing to share. thanks

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Re: where to go...new to mass
« Reply #1 on: Jan 31, 2009, 09:52 AM »
STOCKED WATERS
ASHBURNHAM Phillips Brook, Whitman River 
ATHOL Ellinwood Brook, West Brook, Tully River, Millers River, Silver Lake
BARRE Ware River, Ware River (W. Branch), Burnshirt River, Canesto Brook, Prince River 
BERLIN North Brook
BLACKSTONE Mill River 
BOLTON Great Brook, Danforth Brook, Still River
BROOKFIELD Quacumquasit (South) Pond 
CHARLTON Little River
CLINTON Mossy Pond, Wachusett Reservoir, Lancaster Mill Pond
DOUGLAS Wallum Lake, Mumford River 
EAST BROOKFIELD Seven Mile River, Five Mile River
FITCHBURG Fallulah Brook, Phillips Brook, Wyman Pond Brook 
GARDNER Kendall Pond, Dunn Pond, Otter River 
GRAFTON Quinsigamond River 
HARDWICK Moose Brook, Danforth Brook, Hardwick Pond, Ware River 
HARVARD Bowers Brook 
HOLDEN Asnebumskit Brook, Quinepoxet River, Trout Brook
HUBBARDSTON Natty Pond Brook, Burnshirt River, Asnacomet Pond, Canesto Brook, Joslin Brook, Ware River (W. Branch and E. Branch) 
LANCASTER Fort Pond, Spectacle Pond, Bartlett Pond
LEOMINSTER Barrett's Pond
LUNENBURG Whalom Lake
MENDON Muddy Brook, Mill River 
MILFORD Mill River, Louisa Lake 
MILLBURY Singletary Lake 
NEW BRAINTREE Ware River 
NORTHBORO Cold Harbor Brook, Assabet River
NORTH BROOKFIELD Five Mile River
NORTHBRIDGE West River 
OAKHAM Parker Brook
OXFORD Carbuncle Pond, Little River, French River 
PETERSHAM Swift River (E. Branch), Fever Brook ( W. Branch), Connor's Pond 
PRINCETON Ware River (E., Branch), Keyes Brook, Stillwater River 
ROYALSTON Lawrence Brook, Priest Brook, Scott Brook, Millers River
RUTLAND Ware River, (E. Branch), Demond Pond, Whitehall Pond, Long Pond 
SHREWSBURY Lake Quinsigamond, Jordan Pond
SOUTHBRIDGE Keenan Brook, Lebanon Brook, Cady Brook
SPENCER Browning Pond, Seven Mile River, Turkey Hill Brook, Sugden Reservoir, Cranberry River, Howe Pond
STERLING Stillwater River, Justice Brook, W. Wauschaccum Pond 
STURBRIDGE Big Alum Pond, Quinebaug River, E. Brimfield Reservoir (Long Pond) 
SUTTON Singletary Lake 
UPTON Center Brook, Pratt Pond, West River 
UXBRIDGE West River 
WEBSTER Webster Lake
WEST BOYLSTON Quinapoxet River, Wachusett Reservoir 
WEST BROOKFIELD Mill Brook 
WESTMINSTER Phillips Brook, Wyman Pond Brook, Crow Hill Pond 
WINCHENDON Millers River, Tarbell Brook, Lake Dennison, Priest Brook 
WORCESTER Lake Quinsigamond, Coes Pond, Bell Pond 
All these are pretty good fishing

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Re: where to go...new to mass
« Reply #2 on: Jan 31, 2009, 11:33 AM »
Laurel Lake, Lake Buel and Onota Lake all have there fair share of trout and salmon in them.

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Re: where to go...new to mass
« Reply #3 on: Feb 01, 2009, 05:23 AM »
your a stones throw away from congamond. there is trout salmon and bass there. it's been slow but there is big fish there.

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Re: where to go...new to mass
« Reply #4 on: Feb 01, 2009, 06:21 PM »
icy hole bill...............umm mmmmm did you not read the bottom of my post?
looking for places other then congamond. thanks though.

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Re: where to go...new to mass
« Reply #5 on: Feb 01, 2009, 06:29 PM »
http://www.mass.gov/dfwele/dfw/ check it out, tells you were they stock, were boat ramps are, ect
all fishermen are liars, except me and you... but i'm not so sure about you

 

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