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Hi all i live in Ply Ma and i fish mostly in the state forest but i am looing for new place to go and try out

anyone live in mass and want to share small ponds or lakes that are good to go too?

i do shore fishing also just started fishing out of my new kayak

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Look up Great Herring Pond.....Billington Sea.....Long Pond..... all below Plymouth...enjoy.

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Try Monponsett and Stetson ponds in Halifax. White Island pond in Plymouth.

Good Luck.

hookset on 3

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Checkout Santuit in Mashpee .... The pond is not to big, very few pleasure craft if any and offers pretty good protection from the wind. Plenty of good size fish and is perfect for your Kayak.

Tate

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Checkout Santuit in Mashpee .... The pond is not to big, very few pleasure craft if any and offers pretty good protection from the wind. Plenty of good size fish and is perfect for your Kayak.

Tate

How's Santuit for launching a v-hull boat?

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How's Santuit for launching a v-hull boat?

Not sure .... I have a mod-vee and it is plenty deep without backing into the water. The pitch of the ramp is not steep but it isn't flat either, also it is not a paved ramp. I think you would be fine ....if not there are plenty of good lakes nearby ..... Masphee-Wakeby, John's Pond, Ashumet and Peters Pond. There is parking at the ramp for 5 or 6 rigs but parking is allowed up on the road.

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Borderland in Easton has some nice Large Mouth and Small. If you go on a weekend I would stay away from the "main" fishing area at Leech Pond and walk along one of the adjacent pathways. You'll find some kind holes in the forrest that look over the pond that you can pop out of. There's another off of mountain road, Puds Pond, that was killer and great for your kayak.

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I'm from north of boston, fishing is tough as well.. wish i lived in the south!

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I'm from north of boston, fishing is tough as well.. wish i lived in the south!

Yes, but there is the Merrimack with three different sections to fish, and closer to town there is always the Mystic and it's ponds.

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