Presumpscot River

North Windham, Maine

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Clear and cold, this river is an outlet of Sebago Lake. Even in dry weather, a good head of water can be expected, making for good angling when other streams and rivers are too low. Special fishing regulations on various sections of the river include fly-fishing-only, no-kill on landlocked salmon, a one-fish bag limit on trout, and closed sections of river; check the open water fishing regulations carefully before fishing. Water levels can rise quickly here, so be on the alert when wading. It is possible to fish without wading, but you will be somewhat limited. Windham has plenty of motels and nearby Sebago Lake State Park offers camping. Key Species: brown trout, brook trout, landlocked salmon.
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by Tom Seymour (Falcon Guides)

Clear and cold, this river is an outlet of Sebago Lake. Even in dry weather, a good head of water can be expected, making for good angling when other streams and rivers are too low.

Special fishing regulations on various sections of the river include fly-fishing-only, no-kill on landlocked salmon, a one-fish bag limit on trout, and closed sections of river; check the open water fishing regulations carefully before fishing. Water levels can rise quickly here, so be on the alert when wading. It is possible to fish without wading, but you will be somewhat limited. Windham has plenty of motels and nearby Sebago Lake State Park offers camping. Key Species: brown trout, brook trout, landlocked salmon.

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Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: North Windham
Duration: Best Way to Fish: wading
Season & Limits: Best April through September
Local Contacts: Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife
Local Maps: DeLorme Maine Atlas & Gazetteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Presumpscot River

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