GILES POND

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Aurora Twp Hancock Co USGS Amherst ME 7 1/2 Fishes Brown trout Minnows White perch Golden shiner Pumpkinseed sunfish Physical Characteristics Area - 64 acres Temperatures Surface - 74F Maxi Download

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1 GILES POND Aurora Twp., Hancock Co. U.
GILES POND Aurora Twp., Hancock Co. U.S.G.S. Amherst, ME (7 1/2') Fishes Brown trout Minnows White perch Golden shiner Pumpkinseed sunfish Physical Characteristics Area - 64 acres Temperatures Surface - 74F Maximum depth - 9 feet 8 feet - 74F Principal fisheries: White perch, brown trout Giles Pond is a shallow pond located south of Route 9, the “Airline”, in Aurora. A public landing near the outlet allows anglers to launch canoes/small boats. The pond provides marginal habitat for brown trout. Annual stockings of a small number

2 of fall yearlings occasionally creeled.
of fall yearlings occasionally creeled. White perch provide the primary fishery with some fish reaching the desirable 11-12 Sections of the outlet, which flows into the Middle Branch of the Union River, provide good fishing for brook trout in the summer. Although the walk in is difficult, certain anglers who know the location of springy areas are well rewarded for their efforts. Surveyed - July, 1952 (Revised - 1965, 1980, 1988, 2001) Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Funded in part by the Federal Aid in Restoration Act under Federal Project F-28-P L4548

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