Mansfield Hollow Lake is a reservoir resting on the border of Windham County and Tolland County, Connecticut. It was created by the Mansfield Hollow Dam and is entirely contained within Mansfield Hollow State Park. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mansfield Hollow Lake
I've fished here 6 or 7 times and have caught a couple of nice bass and several smaller bass. I have never caught very many on any given trip and only fish for bass not pike. I had luck near the dam around a fallen tree (3 1/2 lb. bass)
Great lake for ice fishing. Have caught some nice pike there. Lake has a lot of pressure from bass tournaments in summer. Exellent calico fishing other side of boat launch near dam. Try nighttime jitterbug trolling.(black)
ive never fished this lake before, but am thinking about heading there this season...ive seen the lake and it looks fairly large with a lots of structure...thanks for the tip on the water levels lundrunner.
This lake can be diffacult to fish due to the water level will change week to week. I,ve fished it about 7 times and have caught some nice bass as well as haveing the line snapped by Pickerel or pike. You just have to fish it enough to know this lake.
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