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magallowaymagalloway Senior MemberPosts: 1,034 Senior Member
How did Grant's and the Kennebago treat you?



  • swiperswiper Senior Member Posts: 400 Senior Member
    magalloway wrote: »
    How did Grant's and the Kennebago treat you?


    Very well, thank you. Water was high due to recent rain. Made it way up the upper river from the Logans in a Rangeley boat - for me anyway. To the 2nd gravel bank.

    Brookies on the lake and salmon on the river. I even nailed a 16" incher on a black ghost. I'm not much of a streamer guy.

    I tried to wet a line in the Magalloway on the way home. That river is tricky to those that don't fish it much. I did find a new access spot that was sweet though. I want to go back there.

    All in three days.
  • magallowaymagalloway Senior Member Posts: 1,034 Senior Member
    The Magalloway is a tough river to fish, especially since Florida Power & Light took over the generating plant. They seem to run one helluva lot more water than the former owners. Couple that with a bottom of damned slick cobbles, and it can spell some hairy times. In any case, I'm glad you had a good time--don't know if I'd have bothered leaving the Logans for the upper river.


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