Lewey Lake, Indian Lake, Lake Abanakee, and Indian River Professional Review and Guide
"The 361-acre Lewey Lake’s wonderfully symmetrical floor gently slides from the shoreline to a 50-foot-deep hole out in the middle. Averaging 25 feet deep with a maximum depth of 55 feet, its shoreline is mostly surrounded by wild forest. A navigable channel connects it to Indian Lake. Developed only on its northwest corner, the largely forested, 4,255-acre Indian Lake averages 39 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 85 feet. Formed by a dam on the Indian River, the 361-acre Lake Abanakee is broken into three small lakes separated by bridges too low for boats to pass through. It averages 8 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 21 feet. The 2-something-mile stretch from the Abanakee Lake Dam to the Indian River’s confluence with the Hudson is a jumble of wild and scenic pocket water punctuated with chutes and ledges littered with blowdowns. Key species: Landlocked Atlantic salmon, brown trout, lake trout, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, whitefish, yellow perch, pumpkinseed, and northern pike."