Western Lakes/Mountains has lots of locations for great fishing

Summit Lake View - Tumbledown Mountain - Weld, ME
Tumbledown Mountain

Trails off Weld-to-Byron Road Weld, ME, 04285 Phone:

Trails of varying difficulty greet hikers on this three-peaked mountain. The shortest and easiest is the Brook Trail, which is only a 1.5-mile round trip. The Loop Trail affords views of the Great Ledges, and the Chimney Trail is an extremely difficult hike to the summit. Fishing can be had at Tumbledown Pond, reached along the Brook Trail. Here are some of the bodies of fresh water in the Western Lakes and Mountains region that provide fine fishing experiences:
  • In the Rangeley area, try Rangeley lake, Cupsuptic Lake, Quimby Pond, Dodge Pond, Big Kennabago Stream, Little Kennebago Stream, Loon Lake, Richardson Lake, Mooselookmeguntic Lake, and Aziscohos.
  • Further south, fisherman will enjoy the offerings at Sebago Lake, Long Lake, Crystal Lake, Panther Pond and more.
  • Sebago Lake State Park - Casco, ME - Photo Credit Maine Office of Tourism
    Sebago Lake State Park

    11 Park Access Road Casco, ME, 04015 Phone: 207-693-6231

    Fishing is done on this large lake. A boat launch is available. See full description of Sebago Lake State Park.