East Grand Lake Fishing Report near Hodgdon, Maine

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East Grand Lake

on April 16th

A big deep lake, East Grand Lake offers one of Maine's top landlocked salmon lakes, you need a boat to fish here though. The lake can get roughed up quick so be careful. Slow trolling live smelt or tandem streamer shallow in the spring and deeper as the water gets warmer works the best. The average salmon will run 18 inches and about 2lbs. Smallmouth bass fishing here is amazing. East Grand's rocky shorelines seem to hold an almost infinite number. If you are interested, I recommend following the shore and casting Mepps spinners, Daredevils, curlytail jigs, small poppers, or deer-hair bugs, black-nosed dace bucktails, muddler minnows, leech patterns, and Woolly Buggers.


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