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Shaver Pond (Grafton Lakes State Park)

Physical Features:

Area: 44 acres
Max Depth: 56 feet
Mean Depth: 28 feet
Town: Grafton

Access:

Multiple walk in access trails with parking off the main Parkway Road and off Shaver Pond Road. Hand launch. Park Day use fee in season. No motors permitted. 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, Pumpkinseed, Rock bass, Brown bullhead

Warmwater Fishing:

Anglers are able to catch some largemouth bass and panfish right off shore. Although not always plentiful, they do offer some good action.

Coldwater Fishing:

Approximately 250 brown trout and 250 rainbow trout are stocked each Spring. The lake is fairly deep, so using a canoe/kayak can improve your chances of catching larger trout holding near the bottom.

Regulations:

Special regulations apply to trout.