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Lake Kezar and Surrounding Area Advice


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I'm from MA and taking a family trip to a friend's house in the Lovell ME area, about smack dab along the middle of Kezar (west side). I'll be taking my Lure 11.5 with me. Looking for some advice on fishing Kezar and if there's any other good spots in the area? I see a Horseshoe Pond and Farrington Pond on the map. Also Kezar River which looks like it's right in the center of Lovell. I found a thread from 2015 that had some really good advice and the overall opinion seemed to be that the North Bay was not the best area, at least for bass. Just curious if that is the same or has changed. 

 

I'm used to fishing small, dirty bodies of water in thick grass for LM so I'm going to be out of my element for sure. I do have a dropshot tied on already though so hopefully that comes in handy. I'm also not sure if I'm going to have electronics yet or not. I'm going to do my best to mount the transducer and everything tomorrow, but we leave Saturday so it's going to be tight. I'm not very experienced with that stuff. 

 

Appreciate any help! 

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Hey, I looked at the map and that lake is close to Conway Lake NH, which I have fished extensively. These are old natural glacial cut lakes. I would not put away your LM pond gear. If that lake is similar to conway lake, you will find that some areas resemble a weedy pond, while some areas are more deep and rock strewn. Some areas are a mix where you have scattered rock and scattered weed. Each cast you would not know if you would get a big LM or a big SM. Explore and try what works for LM down in mass.

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5 hours ago, MassBass said:

Hey, I looked at the map and that lake is close to Conway Lake NH, which I have fished extensively. These are old natural glacial cut lakes. I would not put away your LM pond gear. If that lake is similar to conway lake, you will find that some areas resemble a weedy pond, while some areas are more deep and rock strewn. Some areas are a mix where you have scattered rock and scattered weed. Each cast you would not know if you would get a big LM or a big SM. Explore and try what works for LM down in mass.

Good to know thank you!

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