Chain Ponds Fishing near Greenville, Maine
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Details for Chain Ponds
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Access: Public Property
Body of Water Type: Lake
Lat/Long: 45.506435 -70.027283
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Description for Chain Ponds, Somerset County, Maine
Chain Ponds is a lake located just 21.4 miles from Greenville, in Somerset County, in the state of Maine, United States, near Lake Parlin (historical), ME. Alternate names for this lake include Litte Berry Pond, Lone Jack Pond and Durgin Pond.
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