Cold Stream Pond
Cold Stream Pond is a 3,628-acre oligotrophic lake located in central Penobscot County in the towns of Enfield, Lincoln and Lowell. Maximum and mean depths are 112 feet and 40 feet, respectively. Water quality is considered excellent for the production of salmonids. Landlocked salmon were first introduced into the lake in 1876, while lake trout and brook trout are native to the lake. The salmon and brook trout fisheries are maintained by annual stocking of hatchery fish (500 to 1500 salmon and 1500 to 3000 brook trout). The lake trout population has been maintained by natural reproduction since the mid-1980s, when an annual stocking program was discontinued. Cold Stream Pond is open to both summer and winter fishing, with an 8 fish aggregate in effect during both seasons; 1 salmon, 2 brook trout and 5 lake trout
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