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Amazing Places for Fishing in Massachusetts

Megha Dahake
Delighted about fishing? quick, bitty, with just a dash of silver , swimming beneath the wrinkled water surface are fishes on the Massachusetts rivers!
The pastoral environs of the forest and its vastness, add value to the serene essence of nature which is home to a numerous fishing ponds!
Myles Standish State Forest
Largemouth bass, brown trout, and rainbow trout are prominent class of fishes caught here and it is the prime fishing location in Northeastern Massachusetts, United States.
The Ipswich River, Ipswich
When it comes to  fishing, Castle Island in Boston has always been on the limelight so pack your bags, fix the reel and rod and begin the fun awaiting you out there!
Castle Island, South Boston
It is dignified for generating large gathers of warm water fish, predominantly chain pickerel, largemouth bass and yellow perch  throughout summer and winter season.
Norton Reservoir
The harbor is lively found in Plymouth, a town in the South Shore region of the U.S. state of Massachusetts that holds tons of striped bass.
Plymouth Harbor, Plymouth
Competent angler or beginner to explore a whole new world of fishing? Wachusett Reservoir is surely a seamless spot for your fishing venture!
Wachusett Reservoir
Looking forward to fishing of stripers, blues, sea bass, bonito, albies and fluke? Martha's Vineyard grants a varied diversity of fishing delight!
Martha’s Vineyard
Rainbow trout, Smallmouth and Largemouth bass are the prominent class of fishes trapped here.
Scargo Lake
Yellow perch and White perch are found in abundant in Spy Pond a lake located 5 miles from Arlington, in Middlesex County, in the state of Massachusetts, United States, near Cambridge, MA
Spy Pond, Arlington
Located at Concord, Massachusetts, in the United States, federally supported by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, for preservation, the pond stocks “Holdover fish” which occasionally expands to Trophy proportion.
Walden Pond
Nashua River is a stream in New Hampshire, United States. The most popular species caught here are largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, chain pickerel. Grand fishing spots rest in the water pool, Pepperell Pond, a captive of the main-stem.
Nashua River
Tully Lake is a significant bond for the 22-mile (35 km) Tully Trail, and a famous fishing spot for panfish, Bluegill, pumpkinseed, redbreast sunfish, and yellow perch and pickerel are profusely found here.
Tully Lake in Royalston
Horn Pond is located in Massachusetts, United States. The prevalent species trapped are Yellow perch, pumpkinseed, bluegill, killifish, chain pickerel, golden shiner, carp, white sucker, brook trout, yellow bullhead, brown bullhead and black crappie.
Horn Pond