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My in-laws live in Shrewsbury and I travel up there with my boat 1-2x a year. I always fish Lake Chauncy and love it and sometimes A-1 site in a canoe.

Next weekend I'm going up to fish two days and I'm going to fish Chauncy one day and need a lake/pond for the second.

What are your thoughts on fishing Indian lake or Flint Pond?

I could go to Whitehall but I think it will require more time to learn in 6-8 hours I have per day.

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I'd still give Whitehall a try if I were you, but if not, maybe try Singletary in Sutton/Millbury?

I've never fished Indian Lake or Flint Pond, so I got no help there for you.

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Flint Pond is a lot of fun this time of year, the bass are plentiful and the Crappie are huge, if the waterskiers don't get you. If you fish around the shoreline from about 50' out, you could have a real good time. Singletary and Manchaug will both be interesting with low water, due to the plentiful rock outcroppings. Flint is also low and may be tricky to get out on with a deep v hull, so bring your smaller boats.

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Thanks for the info guys.

I like to drive to boat ramps before I actually fish to see if launching is feasible. I will drive to Flint on Friday evening to see the ramp condition.

If there is one boat that doesn't do well on shallow ramps, it's mine.

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By the way.....Whitehall won't take long to enjoy....but it's taken me 30 years to learn it and I'm still learning. Two weeks ago I ran into two stumps(water is low) that I never knew were there.

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