Forested acreage with beautiful water frontage on Madagascal Pond and the Madagascal Stream outlet. This woodlot offers end of the road seclusion with plenty of room to build a camp or park your camper. The pond offers excellent trout, smallmouth bass and pickerel fishing while the stream offers many opportunities for brook trout.
The general area is forested with water frontage. Seasonal camps are present along the shoreline, while regions away from the pond are wooded and being used for forestry. 3. Recreational Data This woodlot is ideally located for access to hunting and fishing, snowmobile trails and 4 wheeling, kayaking/canoeing and boating.
Madagascal pond is a 750 acre body of water with depths up to 35 feet. Shorelines alternate between sandy beaches and boulders. A warm water pond, water quality is good for support of warm water game fish such as smallmouth bass, chain pickerel and white perch. Brook trout are found in the Madagascal Stream outlet.
Land in this region is generally well suited for building a camp along the shoreline. Forest types consist primarily of softwood and mixed wood species.