Maine Atlas map 23 A-2, Map 33 E-2 or Maine Fishing depth maps page 120
This lake lies in the towns of Orono, Dutton and Kirkland, Penobscot county. It is about 8 miles long and one mile wide. It empties into Dead stream, which meets the Penobscot at Orono. Pushaw Lake is formed by Pushaw Lake Dam on the Pushaw Stream in Penobscot County, Maine and is used for recreation, among other things. Construction of Pushaw Lake Dam was completed in 1920. At normal levels it has a surface area of 7.9 square miles. It is property of Kukunsook Campowners Association, Pushaw Lake Boat Club. Pushaw Lake in southcentral Maine hotels, boating, fishing, campgrounds, and lakeside rental properties.
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The following baits, lures, and flies are popular near this location.
Other: cut bait
Crankbait: Poes RC-1 blue/ Silver
Tube: Avacado 3.5 in. Gitzit w/ internal weight and 2/0 Gamakatsu blood red EWG hook. 3.5 inch Bass pro shops tender tube in rootbeer w/ red & black flake. Internal 3/16 oz. Weight and gamakatsu EWG hook.