Piper Pond

Abbot, Maine 4406

Piper Pond

Piper Pond Professional Review and Guide

"Piper Pond, a specially managed splake water, is easily accessible. The shoreline has some development, in the form of seasonal cottages. At 420 acres, the entire pond is easily fished from a boat or canoe, or through the ice. The deepest section (56 feet) is in the geographic center.

There is little opportunity to fish from shore. Special regulations on splake and trout include a slot limit and a 2-fish daily bag limit. You can camp at nearby Peaks-Kenny State Park, and there are motels in Greenville, just north of Abbot. Key Species: splake, brook trout possible, white perch, pickerel, landlocked salmon possible."

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Trail Information

Abbot
Nearby City
Best Way to Fish: boat, canoe
Duration
Best May through September, January through March
Season & Limits
Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife
Local Contacts
DeLorme Maine Atlas & Gazetteer
Local Maps

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Jul 2018