Alexander Lake, Killingly

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Alexander Lake, Killingly

Alexander Lake is 215-acres with an average depth of the lake is 25 feet, and the maximum is 51 feet. The lake has a sandy bottom and the shoreline is developed with mainly small residences. A few of the resident lawns extend to the edge of the lake, however, most homes have trees and shrubs as a buffer between the lawn and the water. There is no public access to the lake.  and restricted to motors 10hp or below

SPECIES
(BB CRA S CP BK LMB SMB WP YB YP)

REGULATIONS

  • No public access.
  • Open year-round (new regulation for 2018)
  • The possession and use of any live alewives, blueback (glut or river) herring, gizzard, hickory or threadfin shad as bait is prohibited.

BOATING REGULATIONS

  • Small boats can use a private right-of-way on the southeast shore.
  • Motor size limit—12 cu in (Approx. 10 hp).

BATHYMETRY  MAP

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