Lobster Lake Professional Review and Guide
"Lobster Lake is a gem, certainly one of the finest canoeing and camping lakes in Maine. Lobster Lake is large (more than 3,000 acres) and shaped like the two parts of a lobster claw. The first section you reach when paddling up Lobster Stream is a large round cirque more than a mile across. This part of the lake is shallow, with a sandy bottom. Its perimeter is lined with alder swamp and sandy beaches—an odd combination because alders are more common in swampy areas with mucky soils. Prominent fish species: salmon, lake trout, brook trout, white perch, and yellow perch.
Lobster lake, shaped like the two parts of a lobster claw, is certainly one of the finest paddling and camping lakes in Maine. To reach the lake, paddle up Lobster Stream from the confluence of Lobster Stream and the Penobscot River West Branch. The 2-mile paddle traverses a wide, deep stream with barely perceptible current."