|South Watuppa Pond|
The South Watuppa Pond is ranked the third-largest naturally-occuring body of water in the State of Massachusetts. It is fed by Sucker Brook on its eastern shore, which flows from Stafford Pond in the nearby city of Tiverton, Rhode Island. The ponds are drained by the Quequechan River, which flows in a westerly direction through the center of the City of Fall River, from South Watuppa Pond to Mount Hope Bay.
Pond Depth: 15 feet average. 22 feet maximum.
Primary gamefish: Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, tiger muskie
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