Onota Lake

Berkshire - Massachusetts


  • 7 catches

  • 82 followers

  • 2 spots

This 617-acre soft-water pond lies just beyond the city limits of Pittsfield. Due to its location, it is very heavily used by anglers, swimmers, water skiers and sailors. Even so the lake is in very good condition with a transparency of about 17 feet. ...

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Onota Lake Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. Details: 16 in. Rainbow Trout with a Rapalla - gold

  2. Details: Bridge Spot

    Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass

    1. Jason Pemble 0
      Thanks man!
    2. Mark Potter 0
      Your killing it, wtg!
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  3. Details: 4 lb. Largemouth Bass with a Spinnerbait

  4. Details: 2 lb. Smallmouth Bass with a Strike King Rage Blade

  5. Details: Largemouth Bass with a Spinner

    My uncle with a nice bass. Not sure about the weight. What do you guys think?

  6. Details: Largemouth Bass with a yamamoto swim senko

  7. Details: Yellow Perch with a Mr Twister

    Big yellow perch nice day on the lake

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