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Sebago Lake Region Offers Plenty of Fine Fishing for the Summer Vacationer

Real Estate Agent with Anne Plummer and Associates

If it's fish you seek, like the lake trout above, the Sebago Lakes Region will get you hooked.

Sebago Lake is the original home of the Land-locked Salmon. Lake Trout and Bass are also plentiful. Boat launches: Nasons Beach, Route 114; Raymond Beach, Route 302

Trickey Pond is home to Salmon, Splake, Brook Trout and Bass. Boat launch: Route 114, 3 miles south of Naples

Peabody Pond hosts Salmon, Brook Trout, Bass and Lake Trout. Boat launch: Peabody Pond Road off Route 107

Hancock Pond has Brown Trout and Bass. Boat launches: Swamp Road and West Shore Road

Moose Pond is famous for Bass, plus Salmon and White Perch. Boat launches: Route 302 on the Causeway, West Bridgton, and Denmark Road, just beyond the public beach

Long Lake supports Salmon, Brown Trout, Bass and White Perch. Boat launches: Route 117, Harrison and Powerhouse Road off of Kansas Road, Bridgton

Good fishing is also available at Panther Pond, Thomas Pond, Coffee Pond, Brandy Pond, Parker Pond, Woods Pond, Crescent Lake and Crystal Lake.

Fishing licenses for residents and non-residents can be purchased at area convenience and sporting goods stores, town offices or on-line at www.informe.org/MOSES/ .

Maine has a tough invasive plant law that prohibits the transport of any plant material on boats and trailers. Boats operated on inland waters must display an invasive plant sticker that can be purchased where fishing licenses are sold.

All motorized watercraft must be registered in Maine or in a state with which Maine has a reciprocal agreement.

For more information about fishing regulations, derbies and tournaments, applications and permits, check the Web site listed above or www.maine.gov/ifw .

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