Lake Chaubunagungamaug Fishing Report near Webster, Massachusetts
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Many Names and Many Fish
by John D
on May 27th
Lake Chaubunagungamaug is the shorter of the lake’s names, believe it or not. Its full name is 45 letters long, translated from the Nipmuc language, which is probably why it is known in Webster simply as Webster Lake. Whatever the name of the water, the fishing here is fantastic. Most of the shore line is privately owned, so you are better off with a boat. There is a public launch on the Southeastern shore, and a town launch in the Northeast, at Memorial Beach, which costs $20.00 in the summer to non-residents. The waters north of Memorial Beach are the best for bass, and Chain Pickerel are routinely taken out of the middle and south ponds, where the water is between six and eight feet deep. To find trout, go towards the deeper waters in spring, summer or fall. Ice fishing is fantastic pretty much everywhere during the winter.
Fishing Hot Spots near Lake Chaubunagungamaug
"Let's keep this pond our little secret!..." Doane Pond
"My father caught big rainbow trout here as a kid. Worm fishing...." Chicopee Brook Reservoir
"Caught a Brook trout and a brown trout after a half an hour from fishing. Fished with worms on the..." Conant Brook
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