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where do you fish in southern new hampshire?

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we have had luck at the following places;

mill pond, nashua

lovewell pond, nashua(caught crappie)

nashua river, nashua/ hollis

horseshoe pond, merrimack

horseshoe pond, concord

merrimack river, hudson/nashua

otternic pond, hudson

musquash pond, hudson

flints pond, hollis

flints pond, tyngsboro, ma

locust pond, tyngsboro, ma

massabesic lake, auburn

places weve fished but not has luck yet;

robinson pond, hudson

natacook lake, merrimack

eayers pond, hudson

we are looking for new places to fish or to trade information about where/what weve had luck with. looking for more productive bass fishing spots to get the kids interested again

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Tom I was down at robinson pond the other day to check it out and I had a chance to talk to the locals and was told there are a ton of bass in there. He told me the average bass is 2lbs, But has caught 5lbs in there. I plan to get out there soon and will report on it.

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ive had luck at

Long Pond-Danville

Kingston Lake(or great pond i think in clarks)-kingston

Pow Wow River-East kingston

Lake Massabesic-auburn

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i don't fish nh, but i fish mass and i fish flints pond.  by locust pond do you mean the place behind the dream diner?

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how far are you willing to travel into mass? or do you just go to those places because fish and game never go there so you won't get busted.

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by locust pond do you mean the place behind the dream diner?

locust pond is on locust rd. if you turn off the dw highway onto locust rd there is an opening between some trees and a guard rail on the left. we put in there. you can also see it from the highway(rt.3 north).

how far are you willing to travel into mass? or do you just go to those places because fish and game never go there so you won't get busted.

we are will to travel to any part on mass that is close.

busted??? for what?

we are looking for smaller bodies of water suited to a 12' jonboat and electric trolling motor.

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I think he means busted for not having your boat registered. Well at least I hope, because I never heard of fishing being a crime. LOL

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Where is the best place to get a small boat in on Flints Pond? By looking at google maps it seems like the only road is sandy pond road?  Any advice would be good cause i've been looking for new spots on google maps and its impossible to figure out which ones will be good etc..

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which flints pond?

flints pond in hollis,nh has a boat access of nartoff rd and flints pond in tyngsboro,ma has a real nice boat launch behind the fire station.

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