- Freshwater Fishing Frequently Asked Questions
- Seasons Summary 2016
- Who needs a Freshwater Fishing License?
- Laws and Regulations
- Best Bets For Fishing: List of waterbodies where trophy-sized fish have been caught.
- Angler Education Program: New anglers can take part in fishing clinics, borrow gear, and improve their skills.
- Fishing and Boating Access Sites: Boat launch areas, boat ramps, designated fishing areas, and piers.
- Freshwater Sport Fishing Awards Program: Learn how to participate in the competition.
- Saltwater Fishing Derby Conducted by the Division of Marine Fisheries.
- Barrier Free Fishing: List of facilities that provide fishing opportunities for people with disabilities.
- Lead Ban: List of legal and illegal sinkers and jigs.
- Angler Ethics file size 2MB: Article written by Angler Ed. Coordinator, Jim Lagacy.
Bass tournament directors: MassWildlife biologists need your tournament info
Help MassWildlife collect information on trophy bass by submitting a bass creel survey form . The information generated from bass tournaments helps add to biologists understanding of bass populations in waters across the Commonwealth. Data such as how long it takes to catch a bass, average weight, and the number of trophy bass landed allows MassWildlife fisheries biologists to track trends in individual waters across the state. A copy of the data you submit will be sent to your e-mail address as your confirmation. If you prefer to report your Creel Survey in paper format, please download the bass creel survey and mail or fax it to the DFW Field Headquarters address on the bottom of the form.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
An external link to the Dept. of Public Health. Advisories are posted on consumption of specific types of fish from specific water bodies for certain groups of people.