Stoughton is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Stoughton's Pinewood Pond, also known as Harrison's Pond, is a decent sized fishing hole near the Canton town line that is very challenging, frustrating, and constraining. By the middle of the summer, it is absolutely covered in lilly pads which makes it very difficult to get your bait down to the fish. You're best chances are to get to this pond early in the year during the prespawn period if you want to catch some good size bass. Unless you live on the pond, all of your shore fishing will be down from on the northern shore of the pond from Lakewood Drive. There are some tall reeds along the shore so finding a spot to fish from can sometimes be tough but there are enough openings. If you're going to fish from the shore, my suggestion would be to start on the north east corner where there is a point to fish that is always stacked with bass.