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CT Weekly Fishing Report August 5 2016
« on: August 06, 2016, 05:06:44 PM »

INLAND REPORT

LARGEMOUTH BASS fishing is reported as good. Places to try include Mashapaug Lake,Colebrook Reservoir, Congamond Lakes, Lake Saltonstall, Lake McDonough, Highland Lake,Winchester Lake, Bantam Lake, Candlewood Lake, Lake Wononskopomuc, Batterson Park Pond, Black Pond (Meriden), Lake Lillinonah, Breakneck Pond (great hike in location), Griggs Pond, Lake
Waramaug, West Hill Pond, Park Pond, Crystal Lake (Ellington), Gardner Lake, Moodus Reservoir,
Stillwater Pond, Winchester Lake, Squantz Pond, Maltby Lake 2 & 3, Wood Creek Pond, Pachaug
Pond, Ball Pond, Quonnipaug Lake, Silver Lake (Meriden) and Halls Pond.
Tournament angler reports are from Aspinook
Pond (fair for two clubs, 5.04 lb, 4.02 lb & 3.63 lb
lunkers), Mansfield Hollow Reservoir (anglers had
to really work for their fish, but teams got their
5 fish, 3.6 lb lunker), Long Pond (slow to fair, 3.82 lb & 3.00 lb
lunkers), Pachaug Pond (fair, 3.13 lb lunker), Powers Lake (fair action with no
size and a 1.52 lb lunker), Quaddick Lake (fair action, with a 4.41 lb lunker),
Candlewood Lake (fair to good for largemouth, 4.47 lb lunker), East Twin Lake
(fair to good, 5.75 lb lunker), and Lake McDonough (slow to fair).

SMALLMOUTH BASS fishing remains very good in the Quinebaug River and Housatonic River (flyfishing with a popper). If still water is your fancy, smallies are hitting in Mashapaug Lake, Lake McDonough, Highland Lake, Bantam Lake, Candlewood Lake, and Lake Lillinonah.
Tournament angler reports are from Aspinook Pond (a few smallies, with 2.5 lb & 2.12 lb lunkers), Candlewood Lake (fair to good for smallmouth, 5.23 lb & 4.90 lb lunkers), Connecticut River (a club launching from Riverside Park found fair to good smallie fishing, with two 3-lb lunkers), and Lake McDonough (some fish for those targeting smallies).

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