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Captain John's Sport Fishing Center, Waterford
Captain John's Sport Fishing Center, Waterford
Captain John's Sport Fishing Center boardwalk provides pedestrian access along the Niantic River to the Town dock at Mago Point.

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 Location
View interactive map of Captain Johns Sport Fishing Center 15 First Street
Waterford, Connecticut
 Fees
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 Directions
From the East: Take I-95 South to Exit 81. At the end of the exit ramp, turn left onto Parkway North and proceed .5 miles. Next, turn left onto Cross Road and continue 1 mile. At the intersection of Route 1/Boston Post Road, continue straight and embark upon Spithead Road, and then follow 1.7 miles. Make a sharp right turn onto Route 156/Rope Ferry Road, and proceed 1.2 miles. Then, turn right onto West Street, and continue .1 mile. Take a left onto Niantic River Road, and follow .1 mile. Turn right onto River Street and proceed .2 miles. Parking is available at Mago Point Park at the end of the street. Captain Johns Sport Fishing Center is immediately adjacent to, and north of, Mago Point Park.
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From the West: Take I-95 North to Exit 72. At the end of the exit ramp, continue straight to embark upon the Rocky Neck Connector and proceed .5 miles (to its end). Next, turn left onto Route 156/West Main Street (which becomes Main Street) and follow 4.1 miles. Turn left onto West Street (after the bridge and the respective Waterford Town line), and continue .1 mile. Turn left onto Niantic River Road and proceed .1 mile, then take a right onto River Street and proceed .2 miles. Parking is available at Mago Point Park at the end of the street. Captain Johns Sport Fishing Center is immediately adjacent to, and north of, Mago Point Park.
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