5 DAY FORECAST
PRIME FEEDING TIMES
One of the most heavily fished trout waters in the entire District, 102-acre Horn Pond is located a half-mile south of Woburn Center and provides excellent trout action throughout the spring and fall months. Due to the high number of fish stocked, trout are available throughout much of the year. There is also a good panfish and largemouth bass fishery, the best bass fishing occurring in late spring and on summer nights and evenings. The bullhead and carp populations are also cooperative at this time. The boat ramp closes at 8 p.m. allowing only limited evening fishing on the water, but shore fishing is permitted 24 hours. Aquatic vegetation is scant except in a few coves and shallows, although algae often becomes abundant during the warm months.