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6 Places to Go Fishing in New England
Find the perfect catch at one of these northeastern water spots

Fishing functions as a popular pastime for many people, offering a relaxing and rewarding getaway. Beautiful lake views add to the serene nature of fishing, and finding the perfect catch makes the entire experience worthwhile. Fortunately, New England has a vast array of fishing destinations, from lakes and ponds to rivers and streams. Consider one of these great destinations for your next fishing adventure.

Hopkinton State Park (Massachusetts)

Covering 1,500 acres of beautiful Massachusetts forest, Hopkinton State Park includes a variety of features to draw in anglers. There are beaches throughout the park, complete with regularly stocked fishing areas. If you’d like to spend your fishing adventure on the water, there are boat rentals available.

Moosehead Lake (Maine)

The largest lake in Maine is Moosehead Lake, giving anglers the opportunity to catch a wide variety of fish, including salmon and trout. The lake offers a quiet, serene atmosphere surrounded by forests, hiking paths, gravel roads and flowing rivers. True to its name, you’re likely to see moose wandering the local grounds, as Maine is home to more than 76,000 moose.

Newfound Lake (New Hampshire)

Known as the clearest lake in New Hampshire, Newfound Lake covers 4,106 acres and offers anglers 22 miles of shoreline. Fed by eight different springs, the lake offers beautiful views alongside excellent fishing yields. If you’re on the lookout for some sightseeing during your fishing breaks, there are two lighthouses in the area: Newfound Light House and Reed Lighthouse.

Tucker Pond (Rhode Island)

If you’re on the hunt for winter fishing destinations, consider Tucker Pond in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. The lake covers 86 acres and offers ice fishing during the colder months. There are fishing access points at the northern end of the lake and every spring Tucker Pond is restocked with trout; this way, anglers have a higher catch rate when fishing on the grounds. During warmer months you can use kayaks and canoes on the lake.

Black Rock State Park (Connecticut)

Watertown, Connecticut, is home to Black Rock State Park, encompassing 439 acres of the Western Highlands. Inside the park you’ll find several fishing areas, including Black Rock Lake and Black Rock Pond. In addition to pond and lake fishing there are also areas available for stream fishing, swimming, hiking and camping.

Clyde River (Vermont)

If you’re looking for salmon, consider Clyde River near Newport City. The river flows from the Mill Dam into West Charleston, offering a great selection of fish. On top of the popular salmon in the area, Clyde River is home to rainbow trout, brook trout, panfish, small mouth bass and large mouth bass, just to name a few.

New England’s beautiful scenery has several getaways for anglers. Whether you’re interested in catch-and-release or you’re hoping to catch dinner for your family, check out any of these fantastic fishing spots.

This article is presented by Colonial Volkswagen of Medford in Medford, Massachusetts.


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