Reed's Pond is a very small pond located just off of Route 9 in Wellesley, MA. Although this pond might be small, don't be surprised to pull in a couple 1.5 - 2 lb bass. I dunno how they got that big in a small pond like this but they're there. There is limited access to the pond but you can fish it from a couple spots on the shore, and if you wanted, for some reason, to get a canoe or kayak in there, you can.
The spot I had the most success from is located off of Woodside Ave where you'll find a large opening with plenty of room to cast. There are a lot of weeds over in this area, so it's tough to fish, but it also allows the fish to hang out close to the shore while being protected. I caught fish 60 feet from the shore and 8 feet from the shore so it's really diverse.
The other spot I fished is on the south side of the pond where there is a damn. You can fish the middle from there where it gets a little deeper. There was a patch of lilly pads straight out that always had a lot of fish breaking around it. Also on the left side, there are a lot of overhanging trees that offer a lot of shade and some great fishing.
It's a small pond but I fished there about 6 times and always caught a couple bass. Great spot to just relax and cast a few.
Successful Bait: Yamamoto 5" Senko Worms - Watermelon w/ red flake, Pumpkin seed, Blue Magic, Green w/ purple flake
Shore Fishing? Yes
Boat Access? Yes
Boat Ramp? No
Map coming soon.