Smallmouth from a Hidden Gem

March 19, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

“We muscled the driftboat down the bank through dripping spruce and maple and into the river as the sun burned through the morning mist and painted the snowcapped mountains a pantsuit shade of pink.” James Babb finds great fishing in Maine’s Androscoggin river in the southwest portion of the state — a river once ranked among the most polluted in the country. In Gray’s Sporting Journal.