Sebec Lake

Greenville, Maine

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This deep, easily accessible, 6,803-acre lake is best fished by boat. Some bank fishing is possible at nearby Peaks-Kenny State Park, but as with most of Maine’s large lakes, it is generally impractical and usually not very productive. The daily limit on landlocked salmon is one fish. Peaks-Kenny State Park offers lakeside camping amid great scenery. This park is never crowded, and in September it may be nearly deserted. Motels and other lodgings are available in Greenville. Key Species: lake trout, landlocked salmon, smallmouth bass, white perch, pickerel, cusk, brook trout possible.
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Fishing Maine

by Tom Seymour (Falcon Guides)

This deep, easily accessible, 6,803-acre lake is best fished by boat. Some bank fishing is possible at nearby Peaks-Kenny State Park, but as with most of Maine’s large lakes, it is generally impractical and usually not very productive. The daily limit on landlocked salmon is one fish.

Peaks-Kenny State Park offers lakeside camping amid great scenery. This park is never crowded, and in September it may be nearly deserted. Motels and other lodgings are available in Greenville.

Key Species: lake trout, landlocked salmon, smallmouth bass, white perch, pickerel, cusk, brook trout possible.

©  Tom Seymour/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Greenville
Duration: Best Way to Fish: boat, canoe
Season & Limits: Best May through September
Local Maps: DeLorme Maine Atlas & Gazetteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Sebec Lake

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