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Old 08-08-2006, 11:42 AM
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What.. nobody has ever been to Grand lake Stream in Maine.

I've been going up there for 26 years & over the years have had some of the best fishing for landlocks anywhere in the country..I was up there last month & fished Big lake for Smallies on The flyrod since the river warmed up quite a bit & I had a ball..
As long as Dunbar does'nt play with the waterflow it's a good river to fish in the spring & fall.
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Your talking my backyard...best fishing anywhere......accept further north into Aroostook County. Gets better as you go further....
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Any body looking to fish here in 2007?
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I'll be up there for 2 wks. in May -June. & again in July for smallmouth & than again in Oct for more landlocks
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What.. nobody has ever been to Grand lake Stream in Maine.

I've been going up there for 26 years & over the years have had some of the best fishing for landlocks anywhere in the country..I was up there last month & fished Big lake for Smallies on The flyrod since the river warmed up quite a bit & I had a ball..
As long as Dunbar does'nt play with the waterflow it's a good river to fish in the spring & fall.
I think you mean Domtar rather than dumbar.

I grew up in Woodland. buthavent been up that way fishing in many a years... good times. Smallies on the St. Crox among all the old dead timber.. and Ice fishing on Gran Lake......Nothing like a little frostbite to go with the Salmon....
Best of luck on your trips and look forward to seeing a fishing report.
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