Moose Pond

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Moose Pond is located in the towns of Bridgton, Denmark and Sweden, in the state of Maine. Camp Winona, a camp for boys,[1] Camp Wyonegonic, a camp for girls, and Shawnee Peak Ski Area, a ski resort,[2] are located on the lake.

Moose Pond, Spring 2009.

Statistics[edit]

  • Total lake area - 1,697 acres (6.87 km2) [3]
  • Maximum recorded depth - 80 feet (24 m)
  • Mean depth - 20 feet (6.1 m)
  • Volume - 30,722 acre feet (37,895,000 m3)
  • Watershed - 11,170 acres (45.2 km2)
  • Elevation - 418 feet (127 m)
  • Shorefront lots - 497
  • Approx 13 miles (21 km) long

Fishing[edit]

The lake supports landlocked salmon and lake trout in the middle basin. The pond also supports populations of largemouth bass, has Maine's record 11 lb large mouth bass, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, white perch, chain pickerel, hornpout, rainbow smelt, white sucker, fallfish, golden shiners, pumpkinseed sunfish and slimy sculpin.[4]

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Coordinates: 43°58′18″N 70°48′31″W / 43.97167°N 70.80861°W / 43.97167; -70.80861