Labrador's Incredible Brook Trout

July 26, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

“When explorer Jacques Cartier visited Labrador in 1534, he called it ‘the land God gave to Cain…fit only for wild beasts.’ While I doubt he was referring to the native brook trout that thrived in Labrador’s nearly countless lakes, he may as well have been.” Dave Sherwood writes about the enormous brook trout that populate Labrador’s many lakes, ponds and waterways on MaineToday.com.