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  • Where to stay:
    Annabessacook Farm B & B
    192 Annabessacook Road
    (207) 377-3276

    Augusta West Lakeside Resort
    183 Holmes Lane
    (207) 377-9993

    Cobbossee Motel
    7 Carlton Pond Rd
    (207) 395-4155

    Lakeside Motel & Cabins
    77 Turtle Run Road
    (207) 395-6741

    More to Life Campground
    43 Lady Slipper Lane
    (207) 395-4908

    The Roost Bed and Breakfast
    195 Annabessacook Road
    (207) 377-9394

    Where to play:
    Annabessacook Lake
    Size: 1,420 acres | Max depth: 49 feet | Fish: Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, White Perch, Chain Pickerel
    Located: Southern part of Winthrop. South of Route 202 and South-West to Lower Narrows.
    Notes: Annabessacook has become one of the most popular largemouth bass fishing spots in central Maine. Perfect for swimming, boating, and fishing.

    Apple Valley Lake
    Size: 101 acres
    Located: South-West corner of Winthrop. To the East of Mt. Pisgah Road.
    Notes: Part of the Mt. Pisgah Conservation Area, Apple Valley Lake is also known as Nancy’s Bog. Birding is excellent around the Bog. To Access: From Mt Pisgah parking area, travel southwest for 1 mile on Mt. Pisgah Road to the Bog Road. Turn left on Bog Road at sharp bend. Parking is available before the gate after about 200 yards of rough roadway (shared access road).

    Berry Pond
    Size: 174 acres | Max depth: 25 feet | Fish: Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, White Perch, Chain Pickerel
    Located: North-West corner of Winthrop, just south of Route 133.
    Notes: A state-owned carry-in access site is located off Route 133 on the north shore of the Pond.

    Carlton Pond
    Size: 223 acres | Max depth: 57 feet
    Located: North-East corner of Winthrop. East of Maranacook Lake and 135. At the northern tip of the Carlton Pond Road.

    Cobbosseecontee Lake
    Size: 5,543 acres | Max depth: 100 feet | Fish: Brown Trout, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, White & Yellow Perch, Chain Pickerel
    Located: The entire Eastern border of Winthrop, south of 202.
    Notes: Cobbosseecontee Lake is the second largest body of water in Kennebec County, and one of the largest bodies of water in Maine. The lake is nationally recognized as one of the top bass-fishing lakes in America due to its impressive largemouth population.

    Little Cobbosseecontee Lake
    Size: 75 acres | Max depth: 33 feet | Fish: Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, White Perch, Chain Pickerel
    Located: Just North of Cobbosseecontee Lake
    Notes: Little Cobbosseecontee is a relatively small shallow lake that drains into Cobbosseecontee Lake. Access is limited to small hand carried boats and canoes.

    Dexter Pond
    Size: 111 acres | Max depth: 25 feet | Fish: Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, White Perch, Chain Pickerel
    Located: Situated between Berry Pond to the North and Wilson Pond to the South on the Western border of Winthrop.

    Kezar Pond
    Size: 18 acres | Max depth: 23 feet | Fish: Smallmouth Bass, White Perch, Chain Pickerel
    Located: At the North end of Cobbosseecontee Lake to the West.
    Notes: Kezar is best suited for warm-water sport fishing. Access is limited to walk-in only.

    Maranacook Lake
    Size: 1,673 acres | Max depth: 118 feet | Fish: Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, White Perch, Chain Pickerel, Rainbow Smelts
    Located: At the center of Winthrop, North of 202.
    Notes: Heavily developed lake with many residences and rental cabins. The North Basin favors such species as bass, pickerel, and perch, while the South Basin features cold water trout species.

    Upper Narrows Pond
    Size: 279 acres | Max depth: 54 feet | Fish: Salmon, Lake Trout, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, White Perch, Pickerel, Smelt
    Located: Just East of 202, West of 135, and North of Narrows Pond Road.
    Notes: Upper Narrows is one of several waters in the area between Lewiston and Augusta that offer fishing for coldwater and warmwater species. Access suitable for small boats and canoes is off the Narrows Pond Road. Landlocked Salmon are still stocked. Lake Trout was once stocked, but has been discontinued. Smelt is restricted to hook and line fishing only.

    Lower Narrows Pond
    Size: 255 acres | Max depth: 106 feet | Fish: Salmon, Lake Trout, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, White Perch, Pickerel
    Located: South of Upper Narrows Pond

    Wilson Pond
    Size: 582 acres | Max depth: 42 feet | Fish: Brown Trout, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, White & Yellow Perch, Chain Pickerel
    Located: South-West border of Winthrop