Fishing in Central MA

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Sunday, July 17, 2005

Lakey Dam

Lakey Dam
Lakey Dam In Douglas, MA is a great pond to fish. The fish in that pond consist of Largemouth Bass, Chain Pickerel, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, and Yellow Perch. this pond is 1 mile off route 146. exit Lakey Dam Road if your heading south take a left of the ramp, if your heading north take a rigth off the ramp heading toward whitinsville you will see the dam on the right you cant miss it. One of the best Lures to use is a floating worm. just a worm with a hook and no weight. it is a topwater lure it sits about 3 to 5 inches below the surface of the water its deadly if used correctly. The best spot to fish is in a channel about 15 minutes up the pond (thats the channel on the left with my dad). I'll Warn you now its tricky to find and some parts are very weedy. the best technique to use is to plant your boat in a bunch of weeds and cast a soft plastic worm. We've seen 5 and 6 pound Bass swimming around but we allways cacth 3 and 4 pounders. My father (Joe on the left) Caught a minimum weight for a pin for a chain pickerel the minimum weight is 4lbs. 8ozs. but he put back. I recently caught a 4 pound bass out of there. If you have gone to Lakey Dam Pond Please post a comment on the site. Next weekend on july 30 we will have new photos of fish from lakey dam and also many others. Your Pal, The Mass Fisherman


  • At 9:46 PM, Blogger laustin17 said…

    cmon bro i caught over 40 bass in one day from 8-8 and the largestnbass was 1.10 so wise uo ass wad

  • At 6:02 AM, Anonymous Kusal said…

    Awesome post!!!!!I wanted to catch some of the goldfish which were dumped in the canal some time last year and are still turning up in catches (I saw an angler take two on Friday), but the roach were far too dominant and only skimmers, wasp perch and the odd Frankenstein carp were able to beat them to the maggots.Thanks:)


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