If you go down Beckwith Rd, there's a pond with a dam. If you put a kayak in there, you can paddle up the brook. I personally found the HEDDON Saltwater Superspook Jr. and Rebel Bumblebug to work best.
This is a great place to fish, it is hit or miss. When the water level is lower, and water temps are up you see them jump clear out of the water. Sea run so they are big and put up a fight. there is a 16" mininum length I believe so check your fishing guide before you try to slip a 14" in your cooler, plenty over 16" though.
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The following baits, lures, and flies are popular near this location.
Live Bait (Other): Sandworms and Squid eel
Other: blue crab on chicken blue crab! chicken crabs
In-Line Spinner: Spin-flies with a brown body and gold spinner worked best. Probably a caddis-fly or brown trout paint pattern. 1/16 or 1/8 oz.
Jigging Spoon: i was using a little silver spoon 1/8 by little cleo, and was doing ok when not getting into a tree. There is not much room to cast, and any error one way or another and your in the brush.
Worm: Watermelon senco,5" using the sinko melon with gold flake used both watermelon and green pumpkin
watermelon gold flake
Soft Swimbait: i was using a 4.8 inch fat swing impact
Roundhead Jig: i was using a keitech 2" spider, and my partner was throwing there 4" worm. Both were working