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Harris Pond

Harris Pond is a three-acre hilltop trout pond. Fly fishing only and home to brook trout, Harris Pond can be challenging to reach. Its remote hilltop location combined with an old, unmaintained dirt road makes access to Harris Pond challenging. This spot is great for hiking, picnicking and fishing. An ATV trail runs by the pond so access with ATV or quad is also an option.

Harris Pond in Pittsburg NH

Fishing Season

4th Saturday in April to October 15th
Brook Trout ~ 5 fish or 5 lbs whichever is reached first
Fly Fishing Only

Directions from Pittsburg NH

From US Route 3 take Back Lake Road, a left-hand turn. Follow Back Lake Rd for approximately 4 miles to Moose Pond. Take a left onto Moose Pond Rd. The road to Harris Pond is immediately on your right. It is a forested dirt road nearly at the intersection of Moose Pond Rd and Back Lake Rd. Harris Pond will be approximately 1.5 miles from this point. You can park and walk in or with a four wheel drive and dry weather, you can drive in a little ways. The road is easy walking, but the grade increases as you near the pond. Nice way to spend an afternoon!

Flies to Try

Hornbergs, Wooly Buggers, Griffith’s Gnat, Caddis, Damsels, Black Ghost Marabou

Depth Chart and Map

Harris Pond Depth Chart Pittsburg NH

Google Earth

Map of Harris Pond in Pittsburg NH, Satellite Image