April 13, 2019
South Wattaupa Fall River, MA
South Watuppa Pond is a 1,460-acre enlarged great pond, which has an average depth of 14.5 feet and a maximum depth of 23 feet. The pond receives water from several small streams draining swampy areas, from North Watuppa Pond, from Sawdy Pond via Stony Brook and from Stafford Pond in Rhode Island via Sucker Brook and the Bleachery Ponds. The pond's outlet is the Quequechan River which feeds into the Taunton River and Mount Hope Bay. Transparency is low at three feet and aquatic vegetation is scant. Algae blooms in the summer often color the water green while the rest of the year the water is tea colored. The bottom is composed of rubble, rock and muck, and there are numerous rubble-strewn shoals. Roughly a third of the 10 miles of shoreline is wooded or riprapped and accessible to anglers on foot, the rest of the shoreline is composed of residential and commercial development.
May 18, 2019
Quaboag Pond Brookfield, MA
Quaboag Pond is a 558 acre Great Pond located approximately 2 miles southeast of Brookfield center on the Brookfield-East Brookfield town line. Quaboag Pond has an average depth of 6 feet, a maximum of 16 feet, and aquatic vegetation is relatively common within areas less than 10ft deep. The majority of shoreline development occurs on the northern and eastern shores. The Quacumquasit Wildlife Management Area is located on the southwestern shore and is undeveloped. Quaboag Pond is fed by the East Brookfield River and the Quaboag River, the latter of which is navigable to boaters for some distance through the Quaboag Wildlife Management Area up to the Davis Road crossing (not shown on map). Quaboag Pond is a popular destination for recreational boaters, swimmers, and paddlers during the summer months.
June 9, 2019
Congamond Lake Southwick, MA
Lake Congomond is a 477 acre great pond located off of Route 168 on the Massachusetts-Connecticut border in Southwick. Lake Congomond is comprised of three basins connected by waterways which are navigable to all but the largest of boats. The North basin (47 acres) has an average depth of 21 feet and a maximum of 46 feet, the middle basin (284 acres) has an average depth of 22 feet with a maximum of 42 feet, and the south basin (146 acres) has an average of 16 feet with a maximum of 27 feet. Water clarity varies among basins, and the bottom is generally mud with scattered areas of gravel and cobble. Aquatic vegetation is patchy and generally not abundant due to the application of herbicides. With the exception of the east side of the north basin, the shoreline is heavily developed with year round residences. Congomond Lake hosts multiple competitive bass tournaments each year and receives heavy recreational use during summer.
July 13, 2019
Connecticut River Hinsdale, nh
Connecticut River Reservoir is a reservoir located just 1.7 miles from Hinsdale, in Cheshire County, in the state of New Hampshire, United States, near Vernon, VT. For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit New Hampshire Fish & Wildlife. Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public. Now get out there and fish! Check out our Fishing Times chart to determine when the fish will be most active.
August 24, 2019
Monomonac Lake Rindge, NH
Lake Monomonac is an artificial lake that straddles the border between Rindge, New Hampshire, and Winchendon, Massachusetts, in the United States. It was created from a small pond in New Hampshire by the construction of dams on the North Branch of the Millers River, a part of the Connecticut River watershed.
July 31, 2019
Squam Lake, Holderness NH
Squam Lake is a lake located in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire, United States, south of the White Mountains, straddling the borders of Grafton, Carroll, and Belknap counties. The largest town center on the lake is Holderness. The lake is located northwest of much larger Lake Winnipesaukee.
It drains via a short natural channel into Little Squam Lake, and then through a dam at the head of the short Squam River into the Pemigewasset at Ashland. Covering 6,791 acres (27.48 km2), Squam is the second-largest lake located entirely in New Hampshire.
September 7 & 8, 2019
Lake Champlain, Ticonderoga NY
Lake Champlain is one of numerous large lakes scattered in an arc through Labrador, in Canada, the northern United States, and the Northwest Territories of Canada. Although it is smaller than each of the Great Lakes (Ontario, Erie, Huron, Superior, and Michigan), Lake Champlain is a large body of fresh water. Approximately 1,269 km2 (490 sq mi) in area, the lake is 172 km (107 mi) long and 23 km (14 mi) across at its widest point, and has a maximum depth of approximately 400 feet (120 m). The lake varies seasonally from about 95 to 100 ft (29 to 30 m) above mean sea level.