Oyster River

Waldoboro, Maine

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Oyster River is really a good-sized stream. Dense streamside brush makes fishing here difficult, but also keeps fishing pressure to a minimum. The route described here is easy to follow and should present no problems. However, the upper reaches of Oyster River flow through the Rockland Bog, a vast, almost trackless wetland. Anglers and hunters have gotten lost in this wild area, ironic when you consider how close the bog is to the city of Rockland. Rockland offers plenty of motels, and campgrounds are located in South Thomaston, Warren, Camden, and West Rockport. Key Species: brook trout, brown trout possible.
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by Tom Seymour (Falcon Guides)

Oyster River is really a good-sized stream. Dense streamside brush makes fishing here difficult, but also keeps fishing pressure to a minimum. The route described here is easy to follow and should present no problems. However, the upper reaches of Oyster River flow through the Rockland Bog, a vast, almost trackless wetland.

Anglers and hunters have gotten lost in this wild area, ironic when you consider how close the bog is to the city of Rockland. Rockland offers plenty of motels, and campgrounds are located in South Thomaston, Warren, Camden, and West Rockport. Key Species: brook trout, brown trout possible.

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Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Waldoboro
Duration: Best Way to Fish: canoe, bank
Season & Limits: Best May through September
Local Contacts: Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife
Local Maps: DeLorme Maine Atlas & Gazetteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Oyster River

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