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Vital Statistics for this Fishing Spot
Nearest City: Bridgewater
County(s): Plymouth
State: Massachusetts
Acres: 354
Mean Depth: 3'
Max. Depth: 6'
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Fish Species: Black Crappie, Bluegill, Brown Bullhead, Chain Pickerel, Largemouth Bass, Pumpkinseed , Tiger Muskellunge, Yellow Perch
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ICE fan | Posted: August 4, 2008

For some reason a large number of non-english speaking Brazilians have taken over this lake as their own. The clog up the boat ramp and make it impossible for people to launch. They like to shuttle 30-40 people across (via wave runner & large innertube - which is illegal) to the beach on the other side where they have a large drunkfest. Do not go here. It will be a waste of your time.

local resident | Posted: September 6, 2008

Ice fan has this exactly right. Public access is no more as the jet skis crowd has taken over. The beach is closed to swimming yet children swim unattended in the oil-slicked water while parents take off on jet skis. They have taken over and the MA Environmental Police just ignore all of the violations. I agree with the thumbs down-don't bother.

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