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Fly fishing for brook trout at the remote and tranquil Scott Bog.


Scott Bog is a part of the Connecticut Lakes natural area and neighboring to the East Inlet Bog.

This 88acre shallow pristine body of water sets amid towering pines, fragrant firs and mountains in all directions.   Welcoming fly fishing, bird watchers, wildlife photographers and picnickers, kayakers and canoers with a 1.5miles round trip, making it a great day!    

Call Lopstick today to reserve your Cabin Accommodation’s or activity Rental Equipment – kayaks, canoes, row boats and Gear – fishing  to jump start your adventure!  Call 800.538.6659 or 603.538.6659  


Take Route 3 north to East Inlet Road and turn right. At the wooden bridge turn left and continue until you come mile marker 3. Bear left onto a smaller, rocky road and drive for a quarter mile. You’ll pass over a small brook and come to a right turn into a small parking lot and a boat launch.

Vital Statistics

Surface Elevation                    1,949 feet

Area                                                  88 acres

Location                                         Pittsburg

GPS                                                   45° 12' 37.8" (45.2105°), 71° 10' 2.3" (71.1673°)

Average Depth                          State depth charts do not list average depth

Maximum Depth                      State depth charts do not list maximum depth


Fly fishing for brook trout only, between April 1 to October 15. The limit is 5 fish or 5 pounds, whichever is reached first.

Suggested flies: Yellow Hornbergs, CDC Caddis, Griffith’s Gnat, Wooly Buggers, Bead-head Prince, Little Brook Trout


Kayaking and canoeing, fly fishing, picnicking, bird watching, photography (especially at sunrise)


Boat launches (Motorized Boats not allowed), beach for swimming

Scott Bog Bathymetry Map
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