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Randall Pond, Ridge

Fishing Information

Randall Pond is a small pond located on the DEC property at Ridge. Trout are stocked spring and fall to supplement the resident warmwater fish community. The bass and sunfish are reasonably abundant but small. This woodland pond is a good place to bring a child fishing.

Physical Features:

Area: 4 acres
Maximum depth: 8 feet

Species Present (naturally reproducing):

Largemouth Bass
Brown Bullhead

Species Present (stocked):

Rainbow Trout

Fishing Regulations:

Special fishing regulations exist.

Public Access:

Access via small dirt paths off Randall Road. An accessible educational nature trail is west of the pond. It provides access to three accessible fishing piers on the pond.

Directions: From William Floyd Parkway exit to Route 25 (Middle Country Rd.) and travel west to Randall Road. Make a right and then make your first left into the DEC parking lot.

Restrictions: Hand launched boats are allowed; shoreline access is available.

Health Advisories:

No specific advisory.