Anderson Pond (Blue Lake), North Stonington

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Anderson Pond (Blue Lake), North Stonington

Anderson Pond is a delightful 57-acre lake located in southeastern Connecticut four miles north of North Stonington. Also known as Blue Lake, and sometimes Anderson’s Pond. The southern and western banks are heavily wooded sloped banks. Wetlands and tree-covered properties dot much of the north and eastern shore. A paved public boat ramp and small parking lot located at the north end of Blue Lake provide access to the water. Anderson Pond does not have public swimming access but it remains the perfect place to launch your boat, canoe, or kayak. With a maximum depth of eight feet and average depth of five feet, Blue Lake’s shallow waters make a perfect stop for a relaxing fishing trip. Cast a line into Anderson’s Pond and you may catch largemouth bass, chain pickerel, calico bass, sunfish, brown bullhead, or yellow perch.

SPECIES
(BB CRA S CP SH LMB S YP)

REGULATIONS

  • NO CLOSED SEASON

BOATING REGULATIONS

  • No docks
  • No toilets
  • 8 parking spots
  • Paved parking surface
  • Paved access road surface
  • Paved ramp surface

BATHYMETRY MAP

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