Best Fishing in Maine

This list represents the most popular fishing in Maine. Use this list to plan your next Maine fishing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Maine already has more shore fishing that it can use, though the activity is not concentrated ...
This narrow, 900-acre lake is heavily stocked with brook, brown, and lake trout. From ...
East Grand Lake, at 16,070 acres, is located in Washington and Aroostook counties in Maine. ...
This sand beach is located at the mouth of the Kennebec River on the Gulf of Maine. Historic ...
This is a 5,543-acre lake with a maximum depth of 100 feet, and extensive shallow, weedy ...
Several bridges, as well as the shoreline at Mackworth Island, provide shore-based anglers ...
This scenic 1,220-acre lake is studded with islands. The water is cold and crystal-clear, ...
Easy access and a good boat ramp make 2,905-acre Cathance (pronounced Cat-hance) Lake ...
202,539-acre Baxter State Park is sometimes called the last stronghold for native eastern ...
The Rockland Breakwater is a mile-long jetty built of massive blocks of granite. The breakwater ...
The West Branch of the Penobscot is a brawling river with falls, whitewater, and deep ...
Second in size only to Moosehead Lake, 28,771-acre Sebago Lake is an amazing 316 feet ...
Damariscotta Lake has three distinctly different sections: the north, middle, and south ...
This 3,922-acre lake is located just outside Augusta, Maine’s capital city. The wide variety ...
This freestone river has occasional deep, slow runs and long pools. The river receives ...
This tailwater fishery of the Kennebec River is a popular early-season spot for anglers ...
This cold, deep 2,260-acre reservoir lies on the outskirts of the city of Auburn. Rocky ...
This small, 77-acre pond is set in one of Downeast Maine’s most scenic areas. It is a ...
West Grand Lake is big and deep, covering 14,340 acres, with depths up to 128 feet. It ...
Clear and cold, this river is an outlet of Sebago Lake. Even in dry weather, a good head ...
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