2015 Tom Noonan Cup Togue Derby

Sebago Lake

FREE Fishing Weekend (Feb. 14 & 15) – No Fishing License Required

Tournament Dates: Saturday, February 14 & Sunday, February 15th, 2015. The derby will once again be in cooperation with Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. The tournament is intended to be a fish management tool targeting both invasive species along with illegally introduced species that are also considered invasive. Please see 2015 Derby rules and regulations for details.

Waters Included: Sebago Lake. Click here for current Sebago Lake ice conditions.

Weigh Station Times: 7 AM to 5 PM. It’s a 5 PM sharp close on Sunday – Anglers need to be in line prior to 5 PM. Click here for our Weigh Stations Map

Winner Determination: Winners will be ranked by weight. First tie breaker will longest length, Second tie breaker will be earliest time weighed.

Fish Limits: Derby limit is 6 togue per angler per day. Anglers must be present at weigh station to enter their fish.

All State Regulations Apply to the Derby including:

Sebago Lake: No bag limit for togue under 23 inches and no minimum length limit. Daily bag limit on togue greater than 33 inches: 1 fish. All togue between 23 – 33 inches must be released alive at once. Closed to all fishing within 100 feet of White’s Bridge.

Entry Fees: Individual $25.00,  Family $35.00 (2 Adults and up to 4 Children). Click here for downloadable and online entry forms. Entries may be purchased via US Mail and online until 12 noon on Saturday, February 15th.

Three Ways to Win!

  • Top Prize $100,000 for catching a togue on Sebago larger than the state record. (31 pounds 8 ounces).
  • Prizes for top 3 places for largest togue and top 3 largest pike. 2015 Prize Pool to be announced soon.
  • Fish pool prizes: every togue and pike weighed gets a chance to win

Winners from Previous Years

OR click here for a comprehensive list of top fish – Togue (Lake Trout), Pickerel, Pike and Muskie) from each Derby – in a spreadsheet (Excel) format.

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