Nanticoke 7a - NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation

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Nanticoke 7a

Nanticoke 7a is a small water body located about two miles north of the Village of Maine, Broome County. Nanticoke 7a is one of 20 Broome County PL-566 flood control reservoirs that were created to reduce the potential for property damage caused by stream flooding.

Physical Features:

Elevation: 1100 feet
Area: 11 acres
Shoreline Length: 0.6 miles
Length: 0.3 miles
Maximum Depth: 20 feet
Town: Maine

Access:

Broome County Flood Control Pond. Access off Baily Hollow Road. No boating, swimming or ice fishing allowed on the flood control ponds.

Printable maps showing Flood Control Ponds with public access (1.6 MB, PDF)

Fish Species:

Rainbow trout, pumpkinseed sunfish and brown bullhead.

Fishing:

Trout fishing is generally best from mid-April, shortly after they are stocked, until early-June. Fishing is restricted to shore fishing only, so using a bobber is recommended when using bait. A bobber will help keep your bait off the bottom, and give you some added weight when casting. If there is enough of a breeze to move your bobber around, it will aid you in covering more of the pond from shore.

Regulations:

Special fishing regulations apply (leaving DEC website to official Fishing Regulations Guide vendor website).

Fisheries Management:

Nanticoke 7a is stocked annually with approximately 570 one year-old rainbow trout (8-9").


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