Moosehead Lake, Maine Fishing Map
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Moosehead Lake, located in west-central Piscataquis County, is Maine’s largest lake, covering over 117 square miles. The lake has a maximum water depth of 254 feet (when adjusted to full pond), located in the basin just east of Mount Kineo. Moosehead Lake is 1,029 feet above modern sea level. Moosehead Lake is currently managed for wild brook trout, wild lake trout, and wild and stocked landlocked salmon. There is also a fishery, primarily in the winter, for cusk (burbot). Brook trout are caught in the shallow areas of the lake in the spring and winter.
- Wild Brook Trout
- Wild Lake Trout
- Wild/Stocked Salmon
Map features include:
- Full lake profile
- Fishery information
- Fishing tips and techniques
Maps measure 24" x 36" when open for viewing and fold to 6" x 9" for easy storage.