Tis The Season for Ice Fishing!

Real Estate Agent with The Maine Real Estate Network

 Yes, it is definitely Ice Fishing season, but if you are already making your plans for a spring visit to Maine, don't miss Lake Auburn!

Lake Auburn in SeptemberAccording to Tom Seymour's write-up on http://www.trails.com/ (Falcon Publishing): "This cold, deep 2,260-acre reservoir ... (has) rocky shorelines and water up to 118 feet deep (that) make for good fishing for a variety of species. Even though this lake is found in an urban setting, the shoreline has little development, giving a sense of wildness. A portion of the southern end of the lake is closed to all water-related activities, but the rest of the lake is open to fishing and recreational boating. Swimming is not allowed, so competition from water-skiers is not a problem. This lake is a noted early-season producer. While the northern lakes are still icebound, anglers are catching fish in Lake Auburn. Key Species: brook trout, brown trout, lake trout, landlocked salmon, smallmouth bass, pickerel, white perch."


Located at the Northern end of Auburn, Maine, this giant beauty is truly a sight to behold and a vacationers dream to enjoy.  Check out more local links on our website at www.TanyaB.com


Comments (2)

Kathy Clulow
RE/MAX All-Stars Realty Inc. Brokerage - Uxbridge, ON
Trusted For Experience - Respected For Results
Tanya - It certainly is ice fishing season - We live just south of Lake Simcoe (Ontario Canada) known as The Ice Fishing Capitol of the World where this year the 14th annual Ice fishing championship is February 23, 24, 2008. While not a fisherman my self I understand a large contingent of your States Residents enjoy Ice Fishing here during the season.
Jan 28, 2008 07:43 AM
Tanya Busch
The Maine Real Estate Network - Auburn, ME
Maine Real Estate
I did not know that Kathy.  I'll have to check it out sometime.  Ice fishing is definitely more of a part of the culture than it is part of fishing.  -Just a part of finding fun things to do in the snow!
Jan 29, 2008 05:30 AM