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Maine's Pleasant River

April 15, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

“I feel as if I have wandered into an Ernest Schwiebert story because the hardwood forests along the bank look more like a setting for one of his classic, fly-fishing essays than what a typical Maine fly rodder ever sees.” Ken Allen describes Maine’s Pleasant River, an oft-overlooked tributary of the Presumpscot, on MaineToday.com.