Congamond Lake (South, Middle, North)-Suffield, Massachusetts
Congamond Lake (465 acres) is a natural lake with the majority of the lake located in Massachusetts. The North Pond is 46 acres, Middle Pond is 277 acres and South Pond is 142 acres connected by culverts in which small boats can pass through. The lake is fed by Mountain Brook, surface runoff and bottom springs and drains into Great Brook.
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- Connecticut or Massachusetts fishing license is legal on all three lakes.
- Massachusetts regulations apply as follows:
- open year-round.
- TROUT: Daily creel limit—3
- BASS: Daily creel limit—5, 12″ minimum length.
- CHAIN PICKEREL: Daily creel limit—5, 15″ minimum length.
- Not more than two hooks may be used during periods of open water fishing and not more than five hooks may be used when ice fishing.
- Any sinker or weight made from lead that weighs less than 1 ounce, and any lead jig (meaning any lead-weighted hook) that weighs less than 1 ounce, is prohibited for use in all inland waters of the Commonwealth. The term lead sinker shall not include any other sinkers, weights, fishing lures or fishing tackle including, but not limited to, artificial lures, hooks, weighted flies, and lead-core or other weighted fishing lines.”
- There are two town-managed state boat ramps on Congamond, the larger North Ramp is at 93 Point Grove Road, and the smaller South Ramp, is at 8 Berkshire Avenue. There is a 200’ long public fishing pier, a visitor center, toilet facilities and other amenities at the larger North Ramp and toilet facilities at the South Ramp. These public ramps are open 24/7 and there is a $5/boat launch fee at both ramps. All fees collected go into a lake fund that can only be used to maintain and staff these ramp facilities.
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