Reigniting an Old Passion

“Friday morning, Cashman had yet to decide whether he would fish — but the rituals — the pre-dawn drive north, glimpsing the river at sunrise from the bridge in Brewer, the old friends, swapping stories (some of them true) — were too much to resist.” Dave Sherwood writes about renewed hope among Atlantic salmon addicts that the opening of the Penobscot for a limited season will excite more interest in the health of the river. He cites the removal or bypassing of three dams as creating the potential for annual runs of 10,000-12,000 fish. On MaineToday.com.

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