Sebago Lake lies in the extreme southern end of Maine, with 100 miles of shoreline and a mixture of coldwater and warm water fishing opportunities year-round. Winter is excellent for ice fishing, while boot ramps and marinas see heavy use from watercraft of all sizes during the warmer months, and several spots have easy walking access for bank fishing. Sebago Lake is home to several trout species (brook, brown, lake, and rainbow), chain pickerel, smallmouth and largemouth bass, perch, splake, and landlocked salmon.
Sebago Lake Fish:
Sebago Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Sebago Lake.