Maine Ice Fishing Conditions

Maine Ice Fishing Conditions

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These conditions have been acquired from multiple sources and are to be used as basic guidance for where “safe” ice can be found. Remember, ice is never 100% safe and these conditions are only to be used as guidance. It is 100% your responsibility to assure a location is safe to venture out onto. Fishing Northeast in no way will be held responsible for mishaps or inaccurate information. We do our best to find exact locations when getting conditions but many times the exact location and in many instances, the exact lake/pond is unavailable. Maine has many lakes/ponds with the same name so please use extreme caution with this listing. Have any other ice reports? Please comment below or contact us with details.


CAUTION ADVISED:

Please use extreme caution with these ice conditions. After last weeks warm temperatures and rain we saw many issues with edges, running water and drilled holes opening up on the ice from rain drainage. Many of these reports are from prior to the warmup as anglers have been slow to venture back into areas due to unsafe conditions.

BODY OF WATER CONDITIONS DATE
Trickey Pond, Naples 10 inches 1-1
Schoodic Lake, Lake View 12-14 inches 1-15
Tripp Lake 12 inches 1-1
East Grand Lake, Danforth area 8-10 inches Sandy Beach Rd Southern end 1-1
Tunk Lake 4-5 inches praying rock 1-1
Keoka Lake, Waterford 6 inches near shore 1-1
Little Ossipee Lake 3-5 inches front side near boat launch 1-1
Worthly Pond, Poland 5 inches 12-28
Bridgeton Lake 7+ inches 1-1
Bryant Pond 14 inches 1-1
Levenseller Pond 10 inches 12-30
Lake George, Canaan 14 inches 1-15
Lower Mousam Lake, Acton 8-10 inches 1-3
Sebago Lake, Standish 8 inches 1-6
Lower Range Pond, Poland 12 inches 1-7
Maranacook Lake, Kennebec County 8-10 inches, center looked iffy 1-15
Thompson Lake 6-8 inches 1-10
Long Lake, Naples 14 inches about 100yds out, sketchy edges 1-14
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