Located right outside the doors of Seyon Lodge, this 39 acre pond is considered to be one of Vermont's finest wild brook trout fisheries. Aside from the lodge itself, the shores of Noyes Pond are completely undeveloped and pristine. Fly fishing is the only method of angling permitted on Noyes Pond and must be done so via row boats provided by the park.
This 109 acre pond, located in the northern portion of Groton State Forest is a great place for paddling, swimming and fishing. Smallmouth bass, pumpkinseed and rainbow trout are the main game here.
Centrally located within the state forest, Ricker Pond is a 93 acre pond consisting of smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, chain pickerel, bullhead and sunfish.
South Branch (Wells River)
Originating at the outflow of Noyes Pond, the South Branch is a fine little brook trout stream with healthy tree cover and steep runs and pockets providing an exceptional trout habitat throughout it's length. Here we focus on light tackle and a stealthy approach to hook, land and release these wily Vermont trout.
The Wells River rises out of the hills and ponds of Groton State Forest. The South Branch empties into the main stem of the Wells River just a few miles from Seyon Ranch. The Well's resident brown and brook trout are blessed with cool flows originating out of Noyes Pond and the South Branch, undercut banks and light angling pressure.