Colebrook River Lake-Colebrook, Massachusetts

Colebrook River Lake-Colebrook, Massachusetts

Colebrook River Lake (826 acres) is an artificial impoundment on the Farmington River West Branch. The lake was created with a 1300 foot long dam, created by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers who maintain it as a flood-control impoundment. The reservoir is fed by the Farmington River as well as seven small streams.

SPECIES
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REGULATIONS

  • Open 6:00 a.m. 2nd Saturday April–last day February.
  • BASS MANAGEMENT LAKE
  • Largemouth & smallmouth bass: 12″ to 16″ protected slot limit; Daily creel limit—6 bass, only 2 may be 16″ or greater.
  • Connecticut or Massachusetts fishing license legal on entire pond from demarcation posters downstream to the dam.
  • The possession and use of any live alewives, blueback (glut or river) herring, gizzard, hickory or threadfin shad as bait is prohibited.

BOATING REGULATIONS

  • 20 mph limit
  • No waterskiing
  • 50 parking spaces

BATHYMETRY MAPS

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