Moosehead Lake Region Fishing !
The Birches Resort was built in the 1930′s as a hunting and fishing lodge. We’re located on Moosehead Lake in Rockwood, Maine, on a privately owned, 11,000 acre nature preserve. We’re in the heart of Maine’s Great North Woods, the last remaining wilderness in New England
.P.O. Box 41 Rockwood, ME 04478 | Tel: 1.800.825.9453 | firstname.lastname@example.org://www.birches.com/
Fishing in the Moosehead Region offers something for everyone! A glance at any map reveals a number of bodies of water ranging in size from Moosehead Lake to ponds of only a few acres and numerous streams. There is plenty of action for spin casters as well as for fly casters; for novices and for experts. Some waters are easily accessed by car while others require some hiking and carrying. The popular fish species found are bass, perch, brook trout, salmon, lake trout (togue) and in recent year, splake. Although Maine has an energetic stocking program, many of the waters contain wild fish - a pleasure to catch and to see ! P.O. Box 310, Rockwood, Maine Telephone: (207) 534-7712
Whether you’re an avid fly fisherman or enjoy casting, trolling, or ice fishing on the lake, Wilsons is the ideal destination for your fishing vacation. The lake and river are the natural breeding grounds for brook trout, lake trout and landlocked salmon, and the dam is the gateway through which thousands of these fish pass. Just step out of your cabin and catch a silver salmon or squaretail trout in the foam flecked eddies below the dam. Or cast into the lake above the dam where big hungry salmon lie waiting for food at the gate head. There are several remote ponds for native brook trout and world-class small mouth bass fishing nearby! We’re glad to assist you in planning your fishing vacation on Moosehead
Wilsons On Moosehead Lake 1-800-817-2549
Greenville Jct., Maine 04442
Maynards in Maine is the recreation center of the celebrated Moosehead Lake Region. Where an endless variety of outdoor sports can be enjoyed in the cool, invigorating mountain air, over 1000 feet above the sea; brook trout fishing in racing streams; fly cast for sporty salmon and hungry trout; canoeing on the beautiful Moose River; mountain climbing; game hunting with gun or camera; and motoring over 200 miles of private roads, cut through game country. Other sports include swimming from the camp float and hiking. Scenic white water rafting, cruises and flights of the area are available nearby.Authorities on fish and game agree that the salmon, trout and togue fishing in Moose River, in season, cannot be equaled anywhere else in Maine. But don't forget that we are surrounded by best fishing grounds in the Moosehead Lake Region and all are easily reached. Moosehead Lake is 40 miles wide and Moose River empties into about the middle of the lake. Remember, you can always fish in Moose River, regardless of wind conditions and you are still only a short distance from the center of Moosehead Lake.
Now open year round with ice-shack rentals for the ice-fishing enthusiast! We have available a single housekeeping unit that will accommodate up to 9 people.
NOW OPEN YEAR ROUND!!
Rockwood, ME 04478
Tel. 207-534-7703 or 1-866-699-0857
The Nahmakanta region is an incredible wilderness fishing area 45 miles from the nearest town and many miles from other camps (and other fisherman!) Four mile long "Nahmakanta" (Abenaki for "shining lake with many jumping fish") is a sparkling, spring-fed wilderness lake surrounded by wild forests, clear-flowing streams and dozens of crystal-clear lakes, the East's "Last Frontier" for wild Brook Trout and landlocked Salmon. Our nine beautifully restored lakefront log cabins all have large picture windows which look down the entire length of spectacular Nahmakanta Lake. We serve our guests delicious home-cooked meals daily in our historic 19th century dining lodge . We have Rowboats and Canoes at 14 REMOTE BROOKTROUT PONDS For our GUESTS USE !
The Spring and Fall fishing on Moosehead Lake is second to none; the lake is abundant with brook trout, and land locked salmon. Fly fishing in our nearby brooks, rivers and streams will prove to be and enjoyable experience.
Water sports include swimming, boating, water skiing and sailing. If you are looking for terrific water excitement, try whitewater rafting on the Penobscot and Kennebec Rivers.
Those who prefer, may just want to rest and relax in a picturesque setting. Moose, deer and bear watching are favorite relaxation activities here in the Rockwood area.Sundown Cabins and Cottages are centrally located on the west shore of crystal clear Moosehead Lake. The lake is the largest lake contained in one state east of the Mississippi. Fish for salmon, brook trout and lake trout (togue).
Sundown Cabins P.O. Box 130 Rockwood, Maine 04478 1-207-534-7357
Rockwood Cottages is a village of housekeeping cottages nestled on the shore of Moosehead Lake in Rockwood, Maine. We are located in the heart of a complete four-season vacation area, an area that has something for everyone to enjoy every season of the year in a natural unspoiled wilderness setting. Here is a beautiful, crystal clear lake, 40 miles long and 20 miles wide, with many large and small islands, sheltered inlets and coves. The surrounding wilderness area has hundreds of miles of wood roads and trails offering visitors a chance to get back into the woods and providing fishermen access to the many ponds, streams and rivers.
Ron & Bonnie Searles
P.O. Box 176
Rockwood, Maine 04478
Summer Tel. 207 534-7725
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