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  • This is a remote pond accessible by trail (2 mile hike) from the end of the Zealand River Road. The pond is no longer stocked but is still classified a trout pond. It is uncertain whether the pond ...

  • Fishing at Wild River
    Species of fish in Wild River: Brook Trout:Rainbow Trout
    It is your responsibilty to know local fishing regulations (See below)

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  • Fishing at Wild Ammonusuc River
    Species of fish in Wild Ammonusuc River: Brook Trout
    It is your responsibilty to know local fishing regulations (See below)

  • Umbagog Lake is a wilderness lake located in Coös County, New Hampshire and Oxford County, Maine. It is one of the most pristine lakes in the state of New Hampshire. It lies in the towns of Errol, Ne...
  • This is a remote pond located approximately one mile from Highway 25. Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • Spednic Lake (sometimes Spednik Lake or Spednick Lake) is a mesotrophic lake in the Chiputneticook Lakes chain along the Canada – United States border between the state of Maine and the province of ...
  • These remote ponds are accessible from the Carr Mountain Trailhead located on the Stinson Lake Road. Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • South Twin Lake having about 3,200 acres (13 km2) is wholly within Penobscot County, Maine. It is about 6 miles (10 km) west of Millinocket, Maine and is part of the Pemadumcook Chain of Lakes. It ...

  • Fishing at Swift River
    Species of fish in Swift River: Brook Trout
    It is your responsibilty to know local fishing regulations (See below)

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  • The Pemadumcook Chain of Lakes are a set of large lakes in north-central Maine in the United States....
  • This pond is easily accessible from the South Pond Picnic Area, however, there is not a boat launch. Yearling brook and rainbow trout are stocked annually.

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  • Moosehead Lake is the largest lake in the U.S. state of Maine and the largest mountain lake in the eastern United States. Situated in the Longfellow Mountains in the Maine Highlands Region, the lake i...
  • This is a very remote pond located in the Pemigewasset Wilderness. No stocking of fish occurs and the pond historically has held wild brook trout. There are several trailheads that would lead to th...

  • The Chipnuneticook Lakes are a group of several lakes along the International Boundary between Maine and New Brunswick. They are East Grand Lake, North Lake, Mud Lake, Spednic Lake, and Palfrey Lake. ...
  • This pond can be accessed by the Sawyer River Trail (1.2 mile hike) which is located at the end of the Sawyer River Road. Brook trout have been stocked in recent years, but the practice was discont...

  • This small lake is easily accessible from Highway 302. Yearling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • This a very popular natural lake, accessible from the Tripoli Road. This lake ranks second in the State for its water clarity. It has both a developed campground and a boat launch. Yearling brook t...

  • At 16,300 surface-acres Mooselookmeguntic Lake is one of the largest lakes in Maine. The name Mooselookmeguntic is believed to be an ancient Abanaki Indian word meaning “passage to place wher...

  • This is natural pond that receives annual plants of yearling brook trout. A 0.75 mile hike is necessary to access this pond.

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  • This is a remote pond accessible by foot (2 mile hike) via the Province Brook Trail. Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • This is a remote pond. Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • Fishing at Peabody River
    Species of fish in Peabody River: Brook Trout:Brown Trout:Rainbow Trout
    It is your responsibilty to know local fishing regulations (See below)

  • This is an artificial pond created by a large earthen dam established for flood control. Yearling brook and rainbow trout are stocked annually. A boat launch is available.

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  • This natural pond lies adjacent to Highway 116. Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • This natural pond is accessible by foot (0.25 mile hike) from the Slippery Brook Road. Yearling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • Fishing at Mad River
    Species of fish in Mad River: Brook Trout:Rainbow Trout
    It is your responsibilty to know local fishing regulations (See below)

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  • This is a natural pond enhanced by a small concrete dam. The pond is easily accessible by road and a boat launch is available. Yearling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • This pond can be accessed by the Sawyer River Trail (1.5 mile hike) which is located at the end of the Sawyer River Road. Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • This pond is easily accessible from the Kancamagus Highway. Yearling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • This small, natural pond is accessible from the Sandwich Notch Road. An unimproved road approaches the pond, although the road is considered in poor condition. Hiking into the pond may be necessary...

  • Sebago Lake can be found less than half an hour northwest of Portland between the Atlantic Ocean and the White Mountains. Sebago Lake is one of 50 lakes found here in the Maine Lakes region, but st...

  • Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • A natural pond located easily accessed from the Sandwich Notch Road. Fingerling and yearling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • A natural pond located easily accessed from the Sandwich Notch Road. Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • A natural pond located easily accessed from the Sandwich Notch Road. Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • This remote, natural pond receives annual plants of fingerling brook trout. The pond is accessible via the Guinea Pond Trail (2.3 mile hike) located off of the Sandwich Notch Road.

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  • This is a small, remote, natural pond located within the Greeley Ponds Scenic Area. Fingerling brook trout are stocked annually. The pond can be accessed from either the Kancamagus Highway or from ...

  • Fishing at Gale River
    Species of fish in Gale River: Brook Trout
    It is your responsibilty to know local fishing regulations (See below)

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  • Rangeley Lake is located in Franklin County, Maine in the United States. It is fed by several streams. Its waters flow out from the lake's northwestern end into the short Rangeley River, then into Moo...
  • This is a remote pond located in the Sandwich Range Wilderness. The pond receives annual plants of fingerling brook trout.

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  • This pond is accessible from the Kancamagus Highway. It receives annual plants of yearling brook trout.

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  • This is a remote natural pond that currently is not stocked. The pond historically held brook trout but its status is unknown. The high elevation, shallow water depth make this pond susceptible to ...

  • Fishing at Ellis River
    Species of fish in Ellis River: Brook Trout:Rainbow Trout
    It is your responsibilty to know local fishing regulations (See below)

  • This is a natural pond which is enhanced by beaver. The pond is accessible by using the Elbow Pond Trail located off of Highway 118.

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  • This is a natural pond that receives annual plants of fingerling brook trout. The pond is accessible only by hiking the East Pond Trail, located off of the Tripoli Road.

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  • Fishing at East Branch of the Pemigewasset River
    Species of fish in East Branch of the Pemigewasset River : Brook Trout
    It is your responsibilty to know local fishing reg...

  • This is a natural pond that receives annual plants of yearling brook trout. A campground is located on the lake. There is not a trailer ramp on this lake.

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  • This is a warmwater pond that can be accessed via the Church Pond Loop Trail off of the Kancamagus Highway.

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  • Moosehead Lake is a kind aquatic jewel with islands like facets as far as the eye can see, set in a scenic ring of Maine mountains against a green velvet cloth made of the state’s vast, fores...

  • This is a remote natural pond where fingerling brook trout were stocked in 1999. The pond can be accessed by trail (3.8 miles).

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  • This is an artificial pond created by a impoundment of the Mad River in Campton. The pond was stocked for an early season trout fishery in past years, but is predominantly a warmwater fishery in th...

  • This pond can be easily accessed from the Crocker Pond Road. Yearling brook trout are stocked annually.

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  • This is a remote, natural pond that is not currently stocked. The pond is believed to hold wild brook trout. The pond can be accessed from the Kinsman Ridge Trail.

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  • This is a remote natural pond lies adjacent to the Pemigewasset Wilderness. Annual plants of fingerling brook trout occur. The pond is within a one mile hike from the Franconia Brook Campground.

  • This is a remote natural pond located within the Sandwich Range Wilderness. Annual plants of fingerling brook trout occur. The pond can be reached by hiking approximately 4 miles from the Sandwich ...

  • Long Lake is an eleven mile (18 kilometer) lake between the towns of Naples, Maine, Bridgton, Maine and Harrison, Maine. It is connected to Brandy Pond through the Chute River. Long Lake was created b...
  • Great East Lake is an 1,829-acre (7.4 km2) water body located in Carroll County (New Hampshire) and York County (Maine) in the United States. The lake is shared by the towns of Wakefield (New Hampshir...
  • Graham Lake in Hancock County, Maine is a eutrophic reservoir formed by the construction of a hydro-electric power dam in 1922 four miles (6 km) upstream from Ellsworth, Maine. The first dam was a has...
  • Flagstaff Lake is located in Somerset County and Franklin County, Maine in the United States. The North Branch Dead River and South Branch Dead River join in the lake, forming the Dead River.

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  • East Grand Lake is located between the U.S. state of Maine and the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The boundary between the United States and Canada passes through the lake. In Maine it falls with...
  • Chesuncook Lake is a reservoir in Piscataquis County, Maine, formed by the damming of the western branch of the Penobscot River in 1903 and 1916. It is approximately 22 miles (35 km) long and 1–4 mi...