Scott’s Bog

Scott Bog is fly fishing only and 100 acres in size. This remote pond is located in the heart of the ‘Natural Area’ and is a beautiful Scott’s-Bog-Signplace indeed! Brook trout inhabit these waters but the area is teeming with wildlife. Worth a trip even if you do not fish!

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 Lopstick

Take US Route 3 north to East Inlet Rd, a right hand turn off Rte 3 approximately 10 miles north. Just after the bridge at the T in the road, bear left. Continue on this good gravel road. At the fork in the road, bear left onto the smaller road. Go 1/4 mile and take a left, then take a right just after you go over the brook. This will bring you to the unimproved boat launch by the small dam on Scott’s Bog.

Flies to Use:

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

Scott Bog Depth Map
Topo Map