Rhode Island’s Trout Stocked Waters

by | Apr 7, 2016 | Trout Fishing

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need to know where all the fish are for this year’s Opening Day?

courtesy of RI DEM:

Rhode Island Freshwater and Anadromous Fisheries
Designated Trout Waters

All designated trout waters are stocked prior to the opening day of trout season. Those areas that receive additional stocking in the springare designated by the letter “S” in the last column. Those areas that receive additional stocking in the fall are designated by the letter “F”in the last column.

The numbers in parentheses indicate the following:
(1) Fly fishing only; (2) State-owned or controlled public access; (3)Minors fourteen (14) years of age and younger ONLY; & (4) Kids Only for first two days of trout season.

Name
Location
Additional Stocking
Abbotts Run Brook Cumberland
 
Adamsville Brook and Pond Tiverton & Little Compton
S
Adrich Brook (Butterfly Pond) Lincoln
 
Alton Pond (2) Richmond & Hopkinton
S
Ashaway River Hopkinton
S
Ashville Pond (2) Hopkinton
S
Barber Pond South Kingstown
S,F
Beach Pond (2) Exeter
S
Beaver River (2) Richmond
S
Big River (2) West Greenwich
S
Blackstone River Cumberland & Lincoln
S
Branch River Burrillville
S
Brandy Brook Exeter
 
Breakheart Brook (2) Exeter
S
Breakheart Pond (2) Exeter, West Greenwich
S
Brickyard Pond Barrington
S
Browning Mill Pond Exeter
S
Brushy Brook Hopkinton
S
Bucks Horn Brook Coventry
S
Carbuncle Pond (2) Coventry
S,F
Carolina Trout Pond (2) Richmond
S,F
Cass Pond (4) Woonsocket
 
Chepachet River Glocester & Burrillville
S
Chickasheen Brook (2) South Kingstown
S
Clear River Burrillville
S
Deep Pond (Arcadia) (1)(2) Exeter
S
Dexter Pond Scituate
 
Dolly Cole Brook Foster
S
Dunderry Brook (incl. Wigwam Pond) Little Compton
 
Eight Rod Farm Pond Tiverton
S
Falls River (2) Exeter & West Greenwich
S
Flat River (2) Exeter
S
Foster Green Acres Pond Foster
 
Frenchtown Park Pond East Greenwich
S
Frosty Hollow Pond (2)(3) Exeter
 
Geneva Brook & Pond (3) North Providence
 
Harris River Woonsocket
S
Hopkins Mill Pond (2) Foster
S
Hunt River East Greenwich & No. Kingstown
S
J.L. Curran Reservoir (2) Cranston
 
Lapham Pond (3) Burrillville
 
Lloyd Kenney Pond (3) Hopkinton
 
Log House Brook Hopkinton
S
Meadow Brook (2) Richmond
S
Meadow Brook Pond (2) Richmond
S,F
Melville Ponds (2) Portsmouth
S
Memorial Park Pond Lincoln
 
Meshanticut Brook Cranston
S
Moosup River (2) Coventry
S
Mowry A.L. Pond (1)(2) Smithfield
S
Olney Pond (2) Lincoln
S,F
Parris Brook (2) Exeter
 
Pawcatuck River (2) Hopkinton, Richmond, Charlestown, Ashaway & Westerly
S
Pawtuxet River (Hope Mill Dam) (2) Scituate
S
Pawtuxet River (Anthony Mill Pond) Coventry
 
Peck Pond (2) Burrillville
S
Peeptoad Brook Glocester
 
Ponaganset River (2) Foster
S
Ponderosa Pond (4) Little Compton
S
Roaring Brook & Ponds (2) Exeter
S
Round Top Brook (2) Burrillville
S
Round Top Ponds (2) Burrillville
S,F
Saint Mary’s Pond Portsmouth
S
Saugatucket River South Kingstown
 
Seidel’s Pond (3) Crantston
 
Shippee Saw Mill Pond (2) Foster
S
Silver Spring Lake (2) North Kingstown
S,F
Silvy’s Brook (2) Cumberland
 
Silvy’s Pond (2)(3) Cumberland
S
Simmons Mill Pond (2) Little Compton
 
Slater Park Pond (4) Pawtucket
 
Spring Grove Pond Glocester
S
Stafford Pond (2) Tiverton
S,F
Sylvester’s Pond Woonsocket
 
Tarkiln Pond Burrillville & North Smithfield
S
Ten Mile River East Providence (Rte. 114A & Huntsville Rd.)
S
Tiverton Trout Pond (2) Tiverton
 
Tucker Pond (2) South Kingstown
 
Upper Rochambeau Pond (1) Lincoln
S
Wallum Lake Burrillville
S
Watchaug Pond Charlestown
 
Willett Pond East Providence
 
Winsor Brook Foster
S
Wood River (2) Exeter (Rte. 165), Hopkinton, & Richmond
S
Woonasquatucket River Smithfield
 
Wyoming Pond Richmond & Hopkinton
S

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