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Fishing Lake Sebago- need basic help with any freshwater fishing

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Going to a place called Lake Sebago in Maine next week on vacation and hoping for a bit of basic help with freshwater fishing. I hear they got bass, pike, walleye, trout, ect. Pretty much every freshwater fish u could think of. Need some advice on tackle, lures, bait, structure, where to fish when to fish, wat fishing is good now, ect. i will be limited to shore and a small rubber raft with a trolling motor. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank u!!:)
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You should fish the shore line looking for any cover (tree branches)
You can use spinner baits I put white twister tails on all of mine, rubber worms, plastic frogs around grass and lilly pads, jerk baits and crank baits. You should fish at dawn and dusk for the best results.
Good Luck
i change up how I fish the worm Wacky(in the middle of the worm) let it sink than twich the rod than let it sink. To me the bottom does not matter i don't have a depth finder so I just go out find diff places. Under water gras and lilly pads are the best during the summer imho. good luck
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