Lake Hebron

Monson, Maine

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This deepwater pond is managed for coldwater gamefish. Easy access and good fishing make Lake Hebron a popular spot for local anglers. The Appalachian Trail follows the northwest corner of the pond, and Monson Village is nestled around its eastern end. Monson was once famous for its slate industry, and examples of native slate may be seen along Maine Routes 6 and 15. This 525-acre lake receives huge annual stockings of brook trout. In 1994, 4,300 trout were stocked here; in 1995, another 4,300 brook trout were stocked, along with 250 landlocked salmon. There is a campground in Abbot, just south of Monson. Motels are available in Greenville. Key Species: brook trout, landlocked salmon, lake trout, white perch.
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Fishing Maine

by Tom Seymour (Falcon Guides)

This deepwater pond is managed for coldwater gamefish. Easy access and good fishing make Lake Hebron a popular spot for local anglers. The Appalachian Trail follows the northwest corner of the pond, and Monson Village is nestled around its eastern end. Monson was once famous for its slate industry, and examples of native slate may be seen along Maine Routes 6 and 15.

This 525-acre lake receives huge annual stockings of brook trout. In 1994, 4,300 trout were stocked here; in 1995, another 4,300 brook trout were stocked, along with 250 landlocked salmon. There is a campground in Abbot, just south of Monson. Motels are available in Greenville. Key Species: brook trout, landlocked salmon, lake trout, white perch.

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

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