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Lakes in Woodstock

Selected Lakes AND PONDS in Woodstock CT

NAME and Acreage Natural? ACCESS FISHING AND BOATING*
ACRES
Black Pond Natural.  Fed by bottom springs, two small marshes and surface runoff.  Drains into Black Pond Brook, which flows south to Bungee Lake and Bungee Brook to the Still River. See aquatic vegetation survey results State owned boat launch on the southern shore in Nipmuck State Forest. 750 feet of shoreline around the boat ramp is open for public fishing.  Stocked spring and fall with catchable size brown, brook and rainbow trout. Excellent for brown bullhead; good for stocked trout, largemouth bass, crappie and perch; fair for smallmouth bass, chain pickerel and sunfish..
72 - 73.4
Chamberlain Lake (Pond?)   Connected to Redhead Meadow Brook Private. See Chamberlain Lake Campground Excellent bass fishing. Electric motors only
50

Crystal Pond  

See aquatic vegetation survey results Open to Woodstock and Eastford residents at Nahaco. See Camp Nahaco  

45.5 (Woodstock part) 99.2 (Eastford part)

Griggs Pond Connected to Lebanon Brook. Most within Nipmuck State Forest. Use of internal combustion engines prohibited.
Hatchet Pond Flows into Southbridge reservoir system. Owned by Southbridge.
Keach Pond Flows into Still River.
Johnston Pond Private?

Lake Bungee 

Constructed Private  

111.2

 

Muddy Pond AKA Pond Factory AKA St. Mary's

Constructed town resident only beach  5 HP limit. See Town of Woodstock website.

38.3

Potter Pond Connected to Lebanon Brook Private?

Roseland Lake

Natural. Fed by Muddy Pond from north and two small streams. Drains into Shephards Pond which flows into the Little River and then the Quinebaug River. See aquatic vegetation survey results Access at Roseland Park on western side of lake. Park donated to the people of Woodstock. Stocked each spring with catchable size brown and rainbow trout. Reportedly good for black crappie; fair for largemouth bass, chain pickerel, yellow perch and sunfish. Popular ice fishing for panfish. See Town of Woodstock website.

96.4

Sampson Pond Private?
Shepherds Pond Natural impoundment of Little River?

Wappaquasset Pond

Private  

88.2

Witches Woods Lake

Constructed Private  

70.4

*FishingFishing for all species is Connecticut is regulated.  Refer to the Connecticut Angler's Guide for requirements. Boating regulations are covered in the Connecticut Boater's Guide.

Other named lakes and ponds in Woodstock CT include: Aqua Pond, Bonaventura Pond, Cedar Swamp Pond, Cemetery Pond, Center Road Pond, Dickerson Pond, Hiscox Pond, Johnstone Pond, Kenyonville Pond, Miner Morse Pond, Lower Miner Morse Pond ,Upper Morse Pond ,Morses Pond, Neber Pond, Pout Pond, Prospect Street Pond, Sansoucy Pond Skinners Pond,Turnpike Pond,Corbin Wildlife Marsh Dam, and Wellon Pond.

Witches Woods Lake. Photo by Bet Zimmerman

More Information:

Sources:

  • "Selected Lakes in Woodstock" referencing the Windham County Soil and Water Conservation District
  • A Fisheries Guide to Lakes and Ponds of Connecticut," CT DEP Bulletin 35
  • CT DEP
Conservation Commission
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