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Second Pond (Grafton Lakes State Park)

Physical Features:

Area: 31 acres
Max Depth: 25 feet
Mean Depth: 14 feet
Town: Grafton

Access:

Route 2 off N. Long Pond Road in Grafton. Beach launch. Park Day use fee in season. Electric motors only. Boat rentals available. 5 cars and trailers.

Grafton Lakes State Park is open from 8 am to dusk.

Fish Species:

Rainbow trout, Brown trout, Largemouth bass, Smallmouth bass, Chain pickerel, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Rock bass, Yellow perch, Brown bullhead

Warmwater Fishing:

Second Pond holds small numbers of bass and pickerel, although some have been reported between 14-18 inches long. Pond also has an average number of panfish which provides summer fun for kid's and adults. Shoreline access is available at various points around the pond, particularly near the boat launch and where the inlet creek comes into the pond from Long Lake.

Coldwater Fishing:

Second pond is stocked with brown and rainbow trout with average lengths between 8.5 - 9.5 inches. Trout can hold over in the pond, offering anglers a chance to catch trout over 15 inches. A canoe may improve angler's chances in catching the bigger trout holding deep in the pond.

Regulations:

Special regulations apply to trout.