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Vital Statistics for this Fishing Spot
Nearest City: Erving / Warwick
County(s): Franklin
State: Massachusetts
Acres: 51
Mean Depth: 15'32'
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Fish Species: Brook Trout, Brown Bullhead, Brown Trout, Chain Pickerel, Pumpkinseed
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Laurel Lake State Records

Species Size Angler Date
Chain Pickerel 9 lbs 5 oz Mrs. James Martin 1954
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Malcolm | Posted: November 25, 2003

This place is great. Not one day in the springtime have I gone here, and gotten skunked. The water clarity is good, the Bass are active almost all the time, and the Bluegills are nice sized.

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