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Lake Wesserunsett in Madison, Maine, is fringed with birch and pine trees. Four outlets and a couple of marshy areas enhance this relatively flat, shallow basin. The lake covers 1,446 acres and has a maximum depth of 22 feet with a mean depth of 12 feet. Anglers will discover that the coves, ledges, brush, stream outlets, docks and rocky shoreline offer perfect fish cover. Brown trout, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, white perch and chain pickerel are the key fisheries. Lake Wesserunsett is open for summer and winter fishing seasons. A public boat launch is located near the outlet of Mill Stream in East Madison. Since 1648 the lake has seen a variety of spellings for its name and the name has been changed several times. In the 1600s the area was frequented by the Kennebec Indian tribe...
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Lakewood Theater is open for its 110th summer season on the western shore of beautiful Lake Wesserunsett in Madison, Maine. The Lakewood Theater is a cultural gem known for providing quality shows to residents and visitors to the Belgrade Lakes Region. In the summer theater tradition, during the early 1900s Lakewood Theater hosted Broadway and Hollywood stars, directors, playwrights and producers who were looking for other places to practice their craft when New York theaters closed for the season. Apparently, before the advent of air conditioning, theater folks left the city and established themselves in resort areas where the more mobile middle class took their annual vacations, thus providing an audience. In its glory days, Lakewood Theater saw the likes of Gloria Swanson, Vincent Pr...
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