Lake & Town Descriptions



FISHING INFORMATION: Bait, tackle, licenses, and good, sound fishing advice on where to catch “The Big One” can be had from the folks at Jordan’s Store (adjacent to our office). Give ‘em a call at (207) 787-3866. They would be happy to help you out. Here is a link to Maine Fish and Wildlife information:

SEBAGO LAKE (MAP) is the second largest lake in the state, measuring approximately 37 miles around and includes the towns of Sebago, Standish, Windham, Raymond, Casco and Naples. Sebago is part of what is known as the Sebago/Long Lake Chain. Sebago is approximately 8 miles wide and 12 miles long and is 316 ft. at the deepest point. It is a great lake for fishing and boating and home to the famous landlocked Salmon. The westerly shore of the lake (Route 114 side) has changed very little over the years with summer communities doting the shore. The easterly Route 302 side in North Windham is the shopping center of the Lakes Region and is built up a bit. However the towns of Raymond and Casco are rural in nature. Lakeside development is predominately residential, and not affected by the proximity of the shopping areas. Because of the large expanse of open water Sebago Lake can, on occasion, become quite rough and can do so quite quickly. It is however, a wonderful lake for sailing and motor boating. It is not a lake in which you would want to venture out too far in a small craft or canoe. Fishing: Salmon, Lake Trout, Bass, perch, sunfish.

BRANDY POND is one of the three takes in the Sebago/Long Lake chain, it is also referred to as the Bay of Naples. This pretty pond is located in the town of Naples. Brandy Pond lie between Long Lake to the North and Sebago to the south. Sebago is accessed through the Songo Locks and the Songo River. Brandy Pond is approximately 2 mile wide and 2 miles long. It’s a great area for water sports. Fishing: Salmon, Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Small and Largemouth Bass, Pickerel and Sunfish.

BARKER POND is located in Sebago and Hiram and it a very private pond – a great spot for canoeing. It is approximately 206 acres in size. Fishing: Small & Largemouth Bass, Perch, Pickerel and Sunfish.

BONNY EAGLE LAKE is located in the town of Buxton which is south of our office. It is a warm water lake and covers approximately 211 acres. Fishing: Brown Trout, White Perch, Chain Pickerel.

CRESCENT LAKE is located in Raymond and Casco. It is 1/2 mile by 2.5 miles and covers 716 acres. It’s a good lake for boating and ideal for smaller motor boats and canoes. Fishing: Small & Largemouth Bass, Pickerel, Hornpout and Sunfish.

CRYSTAL LAKE is located in Harrison. It is approximately 461 acres and is suitable for small boats and canoes. It is a nice quiet spot. Fishing: Salmon, Lake Trout, Small & Largemouth Bass, Pickerel.

HANCOCK POND is located in Sebago and Denmark. It is about 2 miles by 2 miles and covers approximately 858 acres. This is beautiful clean lake with pretty views. Fishing: Brown Trout, Small & Largemouth Bass, Sunfish and Perch.

HIGHLAND LAKE is located in Windham and Falmouth. Great location for getting into Portland. It is approximately 640 acres with a maximum depth of 67 feet. Fishing: Brook and Brown Trout, Bass and Perch.

LONG LAKE is one of the lakes in the Sebago Lake chain. It is a large long lake 1 mile wide by approximately 11 miles long. Naples, at its southerly end has a busy causeway with restaurants, shops and water activities. Fishing: Salmon, Brown & Brook Trout, Bass and Perch.

LITTLE SEBAGO LAKE is located in Windham and Gray and is approximately 1 mile wide and about 6 miles long, covering 1,898 acres. It has many small islands and coves making it super for boating. It is located close to shopping. Little Sebago is not part of Big Sebago. Fishing: Brown Trout, Small & Largemouth Bass, Perch and Sunfish.

PEABODY POND is located in Sebago, Naples and Bridgton and is approximately 735 acres – 2 miles long by 1 mile wide. Pretty and private. Fishing: Salmon, Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Bass and Perch.

PEQUAWKET LAKE is a small, clean lake in Limington, approximately 166 acres with a maximum of 58 feet. Fishing: Trout, Bass and Pickerel.

RAYMOND POND is a small lake located in Raymond. It is approximately 1/2 mile wide and 1 mile long- about 345 acres. There are several small islands in the pond which makes it an interesting place to canoe. Fishing: Brown Trout, Bass, Perch and Sunfish.

THOMPSON LAKE is located in the towns of Otisfield, Oxford, Poland and Casco and is approximately 12 miles long and 2 miles wide. Has a considerable depth of up to 120 feet in some areas. Fishing: Salmon, lake trout, smallmouth bass, and cusk.

TRICKEY POND located in Naples is a quiet, clean lake and is approximately 1.5 miles long and 1 mile wide. It’s a nice lake for boating and fishing. Pretty spot, not far from Naples activities. Fishing: Brook Trout, Perch and Pickerel.

SAND POND is located in Baldwin. This is a small clean pond with great Bass fishing. It is a nice canoe pond and is very safe for small children. Fishing: Bass, Perch and Sunfish.

STANLEY POND is located in Hiram and Porter. It is 137 acres and is 75 feet deep. There is good fishing, including Salmon. Small boats and canoes are fine on this pond. Fishing: Salmon, Bass and Brook Trout.

WATCHIC LAKE is located in Standish. It is 448 acres with a maximum depth of 41 feet. It offers good boating and fishing, and is located close to shopping. Fishing: Brown Trout, Small & Largemouth Bass and Perch.

COLLINS POND is conveniently located in Windham. It is a small, quiet pond. A great spot for canoeing and small boats. Fishing: Brown Trout, Bass, Perch and Sunfish.


Town of Standish

Town of Sebago

Town of Frye Island

Town of Raymond

Town of Naples

Town of Windham