The Sporting History of Maine's Grand Lake Stream

June 26, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

“The lodges that draw fishermen from around the country are temples to the sport. The walls of historic old Weatherby’s, once the home of the tannery superintendent, and Leen’s Lodge are lined with mounted trophy fish and photographs of celebrated anglers, including the late Boston Red Sox great Ted Williams, once a familiar figure in town.” Associated Press writer Jerry Harkavy offers a nice perspective on the history of guiding and angling traditions in of one Maine’s premier fisheries. In the Boston Globe.