Sebago Lake

Casco, Maine

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Second in size only to Moosehead Lake, 28,771-acre Sebago Lake is an amazing 316 feet deep. This lake is one of the original homes of the landlocked salmon, Salmo sebago. Fishing is a popular industry in the Sebago region. Although small boats and canoes are useful in sheltered areas and near the shore, you really need a boat of 16 feet or more if you plan to visit any of the offshore areas. Sebago Lake is nearly round, and this open aspect is conducive to potentially dangerous high winds, which can whip the lake to a froth. Sebago Lake is situated in a built-up part of Maine, but its large size ensures plenty of room for all.
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Fishing Maine

by Tom Seymour (Falcon Guides)

Second in size only to Moosehead Lake, 28,771-acre Sebago Lake is an amazing 316 feet deep. This lake is one of the original homes of the landlocked salmon, Salmo sebago. Fishing is a popular industry in the Sebago region.

Although small boats and canoes are useful in sheltered areas and near the shore, you really need a boat of 16 feet or more if you plan to visit any of the offshore areas.

Sebago Lake is nearly round, and this open aspect is conducive to potentially dangerous high winds, which can whip the lake to a froth. Sebago Lake is situated in a built-up part of Maine, but its large size ensures plenty of room for all.

©  Tom Seymour/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Casco
Duration: Best Way to Fish: boat, canoe
Season & Limits: Best late April through September
Local Contacts: Sebago Lake State Park
Local Maps: DeLorme Maine Atlas & Gazetteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Sebago Lake

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