Accessible fishing

Go fishing at accessible piers, platforms, and shorelines in Massachusetts state parks, and learn about adaptive angler education programs.

There are a variety of accessible fishing spots in state parks which you can visit on your own. If you'd like to learn to fish, check out MassWildlife's Angler Education program, which hosts clinics and festivals in parks throughout the year. Fishing is allowed in most state parks and forests, but be sure to check with the park or forest you're visiting about any restrictions or special regulations.

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Locations for Accessible fishing

Image credits:  The accessible fishing pier at Dunn State Park (Marc N. Belanger)
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