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Lake Information for Mascoma Lake


Mascoma Lake is a 1,165-acre (4.71 km2) lake in western New Hampshire, United States. Most of the lake is located within the town of Enfield, while a small portion is within the city of Lebanon, where it drains into the Mascoma River, a tributary of the Connecticut River.

The lake's general trend is from southeast to northwest, with the outlet at the northwestern end. The Mascoma River enters the lake near its halfway point, from the northeastern side, at the town center of Enfield. The southeastern end of the lake is fed by the Knox River. The lake's average depth is 30 feet with a maximum depth of 68 feet.

During winter, the lake can freeze over and be stable enough to be walked upon.

Fishing Description: 

Mascoma Lake is described as excellent fishing for both bass and trout. It also has a good supply of white and yellow perch, carp, and chain pickerel.

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Businesses Located Nearby

Boat Rental

    Gray's Marina
  • 585 Rt-4a - Enfield, NH
  • (603) 632-7308

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