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Old 09-11-2011, 07:39 PM
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Default Re: Grand Lake Stream

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Originally Posted by swampdonkey View Post
Some of the guides (websites) up there say they fish till the 20th of October but maybe they are speaking of just the lakes as you pointed out.

I was going off this:

Grand Lake Stream, Grand Lake Stream Plantation, etc. S-5 from April 1 - October 20, including that portion of the stream adjacent to the hatchery pools. Closed to all fishing within 150 feet of Grand Lake Stream dam. From April 1
- August 15: S-19, S-22. From October 1- 20: All fish caught must be released alive at once.

Either way looks like I need to make some phone calls or we might just be bird hunting.

Seasons aside anyone have any recommendations for flies for landlocks?
This is ancient history but I don't think it has changed, the landlocked salmon season ends at the end of September. The ones I fished every fall were Penobscot, Moose, Kenebec, Roch, and Ragged. I say 'history because I started on them in 1979 and finished in 1994. Things were not nearly as good in 94' as they were in 79' and may be either on the mend or still sliding??

Go before the end of September if only for the colors in Baxter State Park and be sure to climb Katahdin, I did that 4 different time and always loved it Wish I were going along.........
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