The Massawepie Area consist of the great fishing spots of Massawepie Lake, Long Pond, Deer Pond, Town Line Pond, and Pine Pond.
The area has brooke trout, lake trout, landlocked salmon, and smallmouth bass. In 1992, A Canton angler caught a state-record brook trout that was 21 inches long, weighed four pounds and 13 ounces, in the Massawepie Area.
Fly fishers will primarily use their favorite flies on a sinking line, while spin fishers troll spinners, spoons, or wabblers and worms. Public use is not prohibited from June 15 to August 31, when the Boy Scouts are camping there.
To access the waters in the Massawepie Area use the roadside access spots throughout it. Pine Pond is the only exception, which requires a paddle across the lower end of the Massawepie Lake.