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Old 07-21-2013, 08:30 AM
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Default Magalloway or Upper Conn?

Heading out soon for a week of late July fishing (tough.)
Any recent reports or experiences with the Magalloway [ME] below the dam - or anywhere in the Rangeley region, for that matter?

Also, whose been to Pittsburg, NH lately? I hear WARM water...any temps taken? Any luck this week?

Willing to consider any other options in ME/NH/VT stream ideas.

Thanks for any info.

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The water's warm everywhere so that section of the Magalloway gets pounded daily due to the easy access.
The Rangeley Region Sports Shop has a reliable report every Thursday. Bosebuck Camps has a blog too where sometimes you can glean some information.
Orvis has a Rapid River report as well
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Big Magalloway above Camp 10

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