Maine's "Inexhaustible" Kennebago Lake

“‘It’s deep, it’s huge, and it’s fly-fishing only. Trolling is not permitted. It’s 5 miles long, three-quarter miles wide, and 119 feet deep. It’s one of the best fisheries in the lower 48 states. And the river that connects Kennebago Lake and the Little Kennebago, well, it’s as productive as a New England river can be.'” Joseph Monninger writes about the historic pursuit of brook trout in this famous Maine fishery. In the Boston Globe.

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