|Maine's freshwater fish fall into two groups: those that live in cold water year-round (like trout and landlocked salmon) and those that stay in warm, shallow water
in lakes and ponds (like bass, perch and pickerel, above). Beginners do best with this group.
|Pristine forestland covers about 17 million acres in Maine — holding 6,000 lakes and ponds and nearly 32,000 miles of rivers and streams, which offer
outstanding fishing opportunities.
|Beautiful Green Lake, located about 25 minutes from the cottage. The lake has a wide variety of fresh water fish and is also a great place to enjoy ice
|Great place to bring your family during winter break.
|Great for the whole family.
(Our Cottage is Pet Friendly)!!
|The State of Maine is deceptively large for an East Coast State. Its total area is 33,215 square miles - 2,175 of which
are water. Maine is as diverse as can be expected from a land area as large as it is. The western mountains rise to
elevations over 3,000 feet. The eastern coast is renowned for it's islands, bays, and forests. The abrupt change in
elevation provides numerous lakes and ponds as well as rivers and streams. Maine lends itself very well to the many
species of fish found in the cold, clear waters and the abundance of wild life found in the remote spruce forests.
|Photos below taken on Walkers Pond, located 5 minutes from the cottage.