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Farm Pond is a great place for beginner anglers in the Framingham area. This pond is pretty shallow but has substantial vegetation and fish habitat. This pond will allow you to practice the skills that will translate to bigger bodies of water. New to kayak fishing? Bring out your kayak and launch it to work on your setup. Practice on this smaller pond before making your way to the larger reservoirs. Not a ton of pressure on this pond which will allow you to practice different techniques. Distinctly different types of structure helps with that as well. You probably won’t pull out a monster but I haven’t been skunked yet. Largemouth Bass and Chain Pickerel are prevalent with Yellow Perch scattered in. Parking is limited but I’ve never seen it full. Plenty of fishable shoreline on the West side. Great place for kids and beginner anglers.
I grew up on this pond and fished it every off a John boat. The best spots are 1-left side half way down you’ll see a house through the cleared trees and there is a fallen tree in the middle of a stone wall that wraps around the property line about 20’ off shoreline. I’ve pulled a 7lb, 5lb and numerous over 2 fishing that area especially in pre spawn months. Caught off suspending jerk bait or watermelon lizard/red shad worm. 2-The house that is on the water has a concrete structure along the waterline, I’ve pulled a lot of bass along that area and was always my second go to 3-dock at the very end of pond 4-the cove on the other side of peninsula opposite of where you fish offshore always held some decent fish especially when it’s windy it’s a good spot to hide out and catch some decent fish without getting blown around 5-there is a cluster of big rocks deep in middle off pond more or less across from house with concrete wall, if you can find the spot you can pull some fatty’s
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