Located outside of Lovell in Oxford County, Maine, close to the White Mountain National Forest, Kezar Lake has 2,510 acres of water. The lake is uniquely split between a warm-water fishery with primarily small and largemouth bass, and a cold-water fishery featuring landlocked salmon and lake trout. The salmon population is supplemented each year by a late spring stocking of 400 juveniles. The daily limit of lake trout is six, as the population, while self-sustaining, is somewhat stunted. Kezar allows open water fishing with artificial lures only from October 1 to December 31.
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