Triadelphia Reservoir is an 800 acre lake is located on the Patuxent River, in Howard County and Montgomery County, Maryland. The reservoir was created in 1943 by the construction of the Brighton Dam on the Patuxent. The reservoir is maintained as a drinking water source by the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC). WSSC provides recreational facilities to the public on portions of the Triadelphia property.
Fishing: This lake really makes for prime fishing. It’s stocked with trout, muskies, catfish, bass, and panfish each spring, and being far from any pollution sources in rural HoCo, the fish there seem to taste levels better than fish you catch in the pond near the Columbia Gym. There are plenty of places for your boat, and the fish here are “uneducated,” meaning, they have not experienced any fishing pressure, and will readily bite your lure without another thought. Even the lake trout don’t seem to suspect anything. There are massive shoals of bluegill and perch. However, bass fishing seems to be slim pickings around the shore. Try going on a boat.
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