Map of Chain Ponds (near Greenville)

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Fishing Hot Spots near Chain Ponds

  "While staying at the Bulldog Camp and Lodge I rented one of their boats and spent an afternoon fishing the pond. I was fly fishing for brookies and caught 11 in a few..." Enchanted Pond

  "Five miles long, over 100ft deep, and full of ledges, inlets, and baitfish schools all of which hold fish throughout the year Kennebago Lake offers great fishing. The..." Kennebago Lake

  "A huge 175,000 acre lake, Moosehead Lake offers great fishing for landlocked salmon, brookies, and lake trout. The fishing first heats up right after ice out when the..." Moosehead Lake

  "Chesuncook Lake, the third largest lake in Maine, has an odd problem. The salmon fishing is so good they have overpopulated themselves and the average size has suffered...." Chesuncook Lake

  "Wading is the best way to fish the South Branch of the Penobscot River. This remote branch of the river is overlooked by many anglers heading to the better know..." South Branch Penobscot River

  "A huge, sprawling reservoir, Canada Falls Lake offes nice brook torut and nothing else. Because of the huge number of snags out here, a canoe is the best way to fish..." Canada Falls Lake

  "A deepwater lake the is stocked with huge amounts of coldwater fish, Lake Hebron attracts a lot of anglers with easy access and food fishing. Right after ice out, look..." Lake Hebron

  "This small lake is only 420 acres and 56 feet in its deepest spot causing it to become a difficult place to fish in midsummer. Water temps will drive the trout and..." Piper Pond

  "There are palenty of campsites in this scenic area and they are never crowded. In fact in September the place is almost empty. There is lilmited shore fishing which is..." Sebec Lake

  "The tail water of the Kennebec River is a place where brook and rainbow trout and landlocked salmon are caught in the spring when most lakes are still frozen. Fishing..." Wyman Dam

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About Fishing Hot Spots for Chain Ponds near Greenville

So you're interested in fishing Chain Ponds. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Chain Ponds. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Chain Ponds enter the 45.506435 latitude, and -70.027283 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters