Fishing in Maine
Salmon Fishing Waters in Maine
If you like salmon, you gotta like Maine. Major lakes including
Aziscohos Lake, Big Lake, Chesuncook Lake, Damariscotta Lake, Eagle
Lake, Flagstaff Lake, Gardner Lake, Graham Lake, Grand Lake Matagamon,
Lobster Lake, Long Lake Harrison-Naples, Mattawamkeag Lake, Millinocket
Lake, Moosehead Lake, Mooselookmeguntic Lake, Munsungan Lake, Pemadumcook
Lakes, Rangeley Lake, Richardson Lake, Sebasticook Lake, Sebago
Lake, Sebec Lake, Schoodic Lake, Square Lake, St Froid Lake, Thompson
Lake and West Grand Lake all have healthy populations of salmon.
The Fish River, Mattawamkeag River, Grand Lake Stream, Moose River,
Roach River and the Kennebec River (East and West Outlets) are some
of the rivers with good to excellent salmon fishing.
The Maine state record landlocked salmon came from Sebago Lake.
5 Members of The Pacific Salmon Family
The preferred method for catching salmon is fly fishing. Depending
on the activity level, salmon may be caught on wet or dry flies.
For more details check here for articles
about fly fishing for salmon in Maine.
Maine Salmon Fishing
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