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Trout waters

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Just moved to the Brighton area. Wondering if anybody knew any quality trout waters within a short drive? I've been told Walden Pond, but that's about a 25-30 min. ride.

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Jamaica Pond may be the closest for trout but it is not quite the wilderness experience. The link from Surf Rat should give you all you need to know.

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Walden is worth the drive.

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For a not too long drive,Horn Pond in Woburn has been yielding some decent fish..

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Stonybrook "river" in Weston. Not much of a river as you can hop across it in most places. last time I was there they did stock it (that was like 8 years ago). Not bad if you need a quick fix. you can park on the road near the train station off of route 117.

Walden and White's pond aren't much further though and are probably worth the extra drive.

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