Megunticook Lake

Camden, Maine

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This scenic 1,220-acre lake is studded with islands. The water is cold and crystal-clear, and the lake has a maximum depth of 64 feet. Fernald’s Neck, a Nature Conservancy preserve, extends into the center of the lake. Another local landmark is Maiden Cliff, a rugged promontory on Mount Megunticook that is visible from most parts of the lake. Camden Hills State Park, in Camden, offers camping. Motels dot U.S. Route 1 between Camden and Lincolnville. Key Species: brown trout, rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, white perch.
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Fishing Maine

by Tom Seymour (Falcon Guides)

This scenic 1,220-acre lake is studded with islands. The water is cold and crystal-clear, and the lake has a maximum depth of 64 feet. Fernald’s Neck, a Nature Conservancy preserve, extends into the center of the lake.

Another local landmark is Maiden Cliff, a rugged promontory on Mount Megunticook that is visible from most parts of the lake. Camden Hills State Park, in Camden, offers camping. Motels dot U.S. Route 1 between Camden and Lincolnville. Key Species: brown trout, rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, white perch.

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Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Camden
Duration: Best Way to Fish: boat, canoe, bank, shore
Season & Limits: Best April through September
Local Maps: DeLorme Maine Atlas & Gazetteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Megunticook Lake

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