Grand Lake Stream

Grand Lake Stream, Maine

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Popular for landlocked salmon from April to mid-June and mid-September to mid-October. Otherwise, a fine brook trout river. Short but oh, so sweet. That sums up Grand Lake Stream, a three-and-a-half mile fly-fishing-only run from West Grand Lake to Big Lake, known for its marvelous stocks of landlocked salmon and brook trout. Not only does this piece of water provide nice-sized fish—trout of a pound or two and salmon, occasionally, of three pounds-plus—but public access is ample and anglers of varying skill can find suitable beats. Species: Landlocked salmon, brook. Angling methods: Fly-fishing only.
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by John Ross (Falcon Guides)

Popular for landlocked salmon from April to mid-June and mid-September to mid-October. Otherwise, a fine brook trout river. Short but oh, so sweet. That sums up Grand Lake Stream, a three-and-a-half mile fly-fishing-only run from West Grand Lake to Big Lake, known for its marvelous stocks of landlocked salmon and brook trout.

Not only does this piece of water provide nice-sized fish—trout of a pound or two and salmon, occasionally, of three pounds-plus—but public access is ample and anglers of varying skill can find suitable beats. Species: Landlocked salmon, brook. Angling methods: Fly-fishing only.

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Activity Type: Fly-Fishing
Nearby City: Grand Lake Stream
Access: Easy
Season & Limits: April to mid-October
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Maps: Maine DeLorme Atlas & Gazetteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Grand Lake Stream

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