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Rockwood T1 R1 Nbkp, Maine

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Rockwood T1 R1 Nbkp, Maine

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 5750   Year: 2018 Acres: 0.440  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 2830   Year: 2005 Acres: 0.520  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 3600   Year: 0 Acres: 5.000  

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Rockwood T1 R1 Nbkp, Maine

Sq Ft: 2619   Year: 1964 Acres: 0.490  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 4000   Year: 1983 Acres: 0.690  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 4400   Year: 2007 Acres: 0.250  

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Lily Bay Twp, Maine

Sq Ft: 1511   Year: 2007 Acres: 0.870  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 1292   Year: 1997 Acres: 3.760  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 1800   Year: 1948 Acres: 0.360  

12806 - Dreamy property setup for someone who loves outdoors and...

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Rockwood T1 R1 Nbkp, Maine

Sq Ft: 896   Year: 2004 Acres: 0.190  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 1200   Year: 1985 Acres: 0.330  

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Lily Bay Twp, Maine

Sq Ft: 400   Year: 1954 Acres: 0.430  

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Lily Bay Township, Maine

Acres: 0.430  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 1300   Year: 1947 Acres: 3.000  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 1088   Year: 2015 Acres: 1.150  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 1300   Year: 1920 Acres: 0.500  

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Greenville, Maine

Sq Ft: 1447   Year: 0 Acres: 0.130  

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Greenville, Maine

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Moosehead Lake Information

Moosehead Lake is located on a nature preserve in the northern part of Maine. It is Maine's largest freshwater lake as well as the largest freshwater lake east of the Mississippi. It is over 20 miles wide and 40 miles long, 117 square miles and 246 feet deep. There are large tracts of undeveloped shore, views of the surrounding mountains, and of course, the spectacular Mt. Kineo, which is a 700-foot shear ledge rising directly out of the lake.
What is the Water Quality at Moosehead Lake? Clear
Are Boat Docks permitted at Moosehead Lake? Yes
Are Power Boats permitted at Moosehead Lake? Yes
What is the Lake Depth at Moosehead Lake? 246'

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Fishing Information

The Moosehead Lake Region offers some of the best and most diverse fishing in the State of Maine. The region is blessed with an abundance of wild brook trout ponds. Nearly every backwoods stream and beaver bog will offer up pan size brookies. Landlocked salmon are present in many of the larger lakes and river systems. Wild lake trout are also found in many of the larger lakes in the region. Also, one of the best kept secrets in this region is the excellent smallmouth bass fishing.

While most anglers come to this area seeking fishing opportunities for trout and salmon, those that try bass fishing are seldom disappointed. The fishing can be fast and furious. There are salmon and brook trout in Moosehead as well. The best chance to get one is in the spring. After the water temperature warms in late June, the fishing gets more difficult and special gear is needed to get to the deeper cold water.

You can access the lake at any of the following well maintained boat launching facilities: Rockwood, Greenville Jct, and the Lily Bay State Park. Other more primitive launching sites are available in Spencer Bay, Cowans Cove, and Seboomook.

The lake opens to fishing on May 1st, but usually the ice isn't totally out until mid May. The special liberal regulations on lake trout include a 3 fish bag limit, only one greater than 18", all 3 may be between 14 and 18". Check the law book for other rules pertaining to the big lake.

The season opens May 1st for the salmon run with the smelt running the Moose River and other Moosehead tributaries. The usual method of fishing is trolling with live bait, streamers or lures. Mose popular of course, is live bait but streamers such as Joe's Smelt, Gray Ghost or Supervisor are productive. Lake fishing is also on the surface in the spring with the same methods being used as river fishing and favorite spots being where streams flow into the lake. The chances of picking up a brookie, salmon or togue are excellent.

Good spring fly-fishing begins in June on both the Moose and nearby Kennebec Rivers. Both have rapids, many pools and pocket waters to provide plenty of action. Both can be fished by canoe, wading or from the shore with a Gray Ghost, Joe's Smelt, or Supervisor the most popular flies. Maine offers a variety of water ways, ranging from lakes, ponds and streams.




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Boating Information

You can access the lake at any of the following well maintained boat launching facilities: Rockwood, Greenville Jct, and the Lily Bay State Park. Other more primitive launching sites are available in Spencer Bay, Cowans Cove, and Seboomook.




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Camping Information

Casey's Spencer Bay Campgrounds on Moosehead Lake is also favored by many families because of the natural, unspoiled beauty of the surrounding mountains, spectacular sunrises and sunsets, and the lake itself. The panoramic view from Stevens Point is breathtaking. Listen to the loons at sunset then enjoy a family evening together around a campfire. Casey's Spencer Bay Campgrounds is known as one of the finest Moosehead Lake campgrounds. 207-695-2801




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The region has a huge wildlife population including moose - lots of natural beauty, lots of serene tranquility. The variety in the area offers you action packed adventure or a chance to kick back and relax. Traditional summer activities are enhanced by whitewater rafting and in winter, the usual becomes unusual at the dog sled races.

At Rockwood, Mt. Kineo rises majestically out of the water forming a sheer cliff 700 feet straight up one side and rolling down to the water's edge on tree-studded rock formations on the other; a thing of beauty unrivaled in the Eastern United States. A hiking trail to the firetower on the summit is a must if it's your first visit to the area. The early Indians came from far to obtain the peculiar green flint of Kineo to make arrowheads and other stone implements.

During the months of May and June and throughout the summer, we celebrate our most popular resident. The Moosehead region is one of the most popular destinations for moose watching and sighting can be as easy as taking a ride down our numerous back roads. Calves with their moms can most often be seen in the spring alongside the roads eating new growth and as the season progresses moose can be seen almost any time of day with the best time for sightings at dawn or dusk.


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