Goose Pond Fishing Map

Goose Pond fishing map is available as part of iBoating : USA Marine & Fishing App(now supported on multiple platforms including Android, iPhone/iPad, MacBook, and Windows(tablet and phone)/PC based chartplotter.).  


 With our Lake Maps App,  you get all the great marine chart app features like fishing spots, along with Goose Pond depth map. The fishing maps app include HD lake depth contours, along with advanced features found in Fish Finder / Gps Chart Plotter systems, turning your device into a Depth Finder. The Goose Pond Navigation App provides advanced features of a Marine Chartplotter including adjusting water level offset and custom depth shading. Fishing spots and depth contours layers are available in most Lake maps. Lake navigation features include advanced instrumentation to gather wind speed direction, water temperature, water depth, and accurate GPS with AIS receivers(using NMEA over TCP/UDP). Autopilot support can be enabled during ‘Goto WayPoint’ and ‘Route Assistance’.
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Fishing Info for Goose Pond

Goose Pond is a 625-acre (2.5 km2) water body located in Grafton County in western New Hampshire, United States, in the towns of Canaan and Hanover. It is considered a great pond by the state of New Hampshire. The lake has 6.3 miles (10.1 km) of shoreline, and is approximately 3 miles (5 km) long by 0.5 miles (0.8 km) wide. All but the northernmost end of the pond is in the town of Canaan. The average depth of the pond is approximately 10 feet (3.0 m), with the deepest part approximately 35 feet (11 m). The lake is part of the Mascoma River watershed, flowing to the Connecticut River. There is evidence of Goose Pond in the late 1700s. According to legend, George Harris and his party in 1767 came upon a sheet of water near Hanover, whose surface seemed to be alive with wild geese and ducks. They killed a goose - an old one - and cooked it all day, and then it was tough. It never got to be a tender goose, and to commemorate this circumstance they named that water "Goose Pond". A small wooden dam was built in 1899 which probably increased the size of the pond. The present dam was built in 1917-18 and was repaired in 1952 and 1990. It has served as an energy reserve for the Lebanon mills, and for hydroelectric plants. New Hampshire Water Resources currently holds the rights, and still sells waterpower once a year in a draw-down, generating funds to maintain the dam. The pond continues to serve as an important recreational, scenic, and ecological resource in the Mascoma River watershed. There are two islands on the pond, known as "The Big Island" and "The Little Island", and there is one public boat launch area, known as "The Acre", owned by the state. At the Acre there is a small public beach, and another near the dam at the southern tip of the pond. There is no overnight camping and fires are not allowed at the Acre, the dam area, or on the Little or the Big Island. Fires are allowed on private property with a free permit from the fire warden. There are 160 cottages or homes directly on or across the road from the pond, with over 30 that are used by year-round residents. The shoreline is primarily owned by the state, with a few privately owned shores. A variety of wildlife are seen (and heard) near the pond throughout the year, including moose, bear, deer, wild turkeys, fox, and coyote. Otters, beavers and minks are often seen near the shoreline, and turtles can often be spotted in the pond. The bird population is diverse, including osprey, eagles, great blue herons, plovers, kingfishers, Canada geese, a variety of ducks, and loons. The lake is classified as a warm water fishery, with observed species including smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, chain pickerel, horned pout, and white perch. The state record smallmouth bass (7 lbs. 14.5 oz.) for New Hampshire was caught in this lake in August 1970 by Francis H. Loud.

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Popular fish species in this lake include Brown bullhead, Chain pickerel, Largemouth bass and Smallmouth bass.

Goose Pond Fishing Map Stats

TitleGoose Pond
Scale1:3000
CountiesGrafton
Nearby CitiesEnfield, Canaan, Lyme, Orange, Dorchester, Lebanon, Orford, Hanover, Fairlee, Grafton
Area *624.55 acres
Shoreline *7.67 miles
Min Longitude-72.10
Min Latitude43.69
Max Longitude-72.08
Max Latitude43.73
Edition Label 1
Edition Label 2
Edition Label 3
IdUS_NH_00867125
CountryUS
ProjectionMercator
* some Stats may include nearby/connecting waterbodies

Marine Wind Meteogram for Lake/Chart

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Date/TimeSpeed *Dir *
04/15 Mon 12:00PM1.164.49
04/15 Mon 03:00PM1.5388.11
04/15 Mon 06:00PM5.32126.18
04/15 Mon 09:00PM3.99143.03
04/16 Tue 12:00AM1.4119.36
04/16 Tue 03:00AM0.7554.6
04/16 Tue 06:00AM1.46101.45
04/16 Tue 09:00AM1.55103.98
04/16 Tue 12:00PM3.36121.82
04/16 Tue 03:00PM5.25128.5
04/16 Tue 06:00PM5.54126.61
04/16 Tue 09:00PM4.29139.5
04/17 Wed 12:00AM3.91144.71
04/17 Wed 03:00AM2.01122.42
04/17 Wed 06:00AM1.56117.56
04/17 Wed 09:00AM1.77117.14
04/17 Wed 12:00PM2.71131.13
04/17 Wed 03:00PM3.56164.72
04/17 Wed 06:00PM2.96158.49
04/17 Wed 09:00PM2.53173.79
04/18 Thu 12:00AM0.99216.04
04/18 Thu 03:00AM1.91283.47
04/18 Thu 06:00AM1.99295.27
04/18 Thu 09:00AM2.21289.9
04/18 Thu 12:00PM3.77292.28
04/18 Thu 03:00PM4.67304.49
04/18 Thu 06:00PM2.43327.13
04/18 Thu 09:00PM1.77347.53
04/19 Fri 12:00AM1.05327.99
04/19 Fri 03:00AM1.42307.74
04/19 Fri 06:00AM1.25310.87
04/19 Fri 09:00AM0.98318.93
* : UTC Timezone, Speed in meters per sec, and True Direction