Lower Oxbrook Lake

Grand Lake Stream, Maine

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Lower Oxbrook Lake is a small wilderness lake, offering complete solitude for those seeking a quiet outdoor experience. Except for a few seasonal cottages along the southeast end of the lake, the area is uninhabited. You will see no water skiers or jet ski watercraft here, since motorboats are prohibited. You will see loons, perhaps a deer or moose, and maybe even a black bear. Lower Oxbrook is one of a set of twin lakes, attached by a thoroughfare (a waterway, without flowage, that connects two bodies of water). At only 365 acres, Lower Oxbrook Lake is really a pond. You will need a canoe to fish here, since the shoreline is studded with huge boulders, making bank fishing a hard task. Few anglers fish here in summer, so you can count on little competition. Lodging can be found in the village of Grand Lake Stream; there is also a primitive campsite at Upper Oxbrook Lake, the twin of Lower Oxbrook. Key Species: white perch, landlocked salmon, brook trout possible.
Fishing Maine

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Fishing Maine

by Tom Seymour (Falcon Guides)

Lower Oxbrook Lake is a small wilderness lake, offering complete solitude for those seeking a quiet outdoor experience. Except for a few seasonal cottages along the southeast end of the lake, the area is uninhabited. You will see no water skiers or jet ski watercraft here, since motorboats are prohibited. You will see loons, perhaps a deer or moose, and maybe even a black bear.

Lower Oxbrook is one of a set of twin lakes, attached by a thoroughfare (a waterway, without flowage, that connects two bodies of water). At only 365 acres, Lower Oxbrook Lake is really a pond. You will need a canoe to fish here, since the shoreline is studded with huge boulders, making bank fishing a hard task. Few anglers fish here in summer, so you can count on little competition. Lodging can be found in the village of Grand Lake Stream; there is also a primitive campsite at Upper Oxbrook Lake, the twin of Lower Oxbrook. Key Species: white perch, landlocked salmon, brook trout possible.

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Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Grand Lake Stream
Duration: Best Way to Fish: canoe
Season & Limits: Best June through September
Local Contacts: Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife
Local Maps: DeLorme Maine Atlas & Gazetteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Lower Oxbrook Lake

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