From the center of Lyme, continue north on Route 10 past the cemetery. Post Pond is on the left after about 1 mile; you can’t miss it. The public entry point and boat launch is a left turn from the main road. This pond is loaded with trout, but they are often difficult to take because of all the natural food available to them. Try worms through minnows; deep-running shiny spoons to flies. I have had my best luck with a Gray or Black Ghost, trolled deep for the early season. As the big ones go deeper, the yellow muddler, a large black gnat, and the woolly bear or bugger on a fast sinking line have worked well. When fish are on top, try something tiny. Also try something yellow and/or brown, and make a gentle presentation.
Don’t forget to try Trout Brook, the feeder to this pond.