Veazie Salmon Club

Where Sportsmen Meet On The Penobscot River

Veazie Salmon Club | On The Penobscot River

Since the 1970s The Veazie Salmon Club has hosted anglers from around the country as they fished the productive Penobscot River pools for Atlantic Salmon. At its peak the first Atlantic salmon caught each season was delivered straight to White House for presentation to the President of the United States. The clubhouse and grounds are a grassroots conduit for people from all places to congregate and celebrate Maine’s fishing heritage.

The Veazie Salmon Club is striving to regain it’s presence in the local community and Bangor Region. The membership is rich with those who love to fish for all species including Atlantic salmon. In addition the membership consists of folks who enjoy activities including fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, hiking, and so many other outdoor sports. The Veazie Salmon Club wants to foster an active membership that promotes Maine’s rich outdoor heritage. Become a member today and come be a part of the excitement and fun at The Veazie Salmon Club!

Email us at info@veaziesalmonclub.orgFind us on Facebook , call, or even stop by anytime to get a New Member application!

Catch & Release Season for Atlantic Salmon?    

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Don’t Miss Emily Bastian Present Thursday April 25th at the Veazie Salmon Club!    Open to the Public starts @ 5:30PM  

Emily is an active Board Member for the Native Fish Coalition and will be presenting on the many threats facing our native fish including salmonids and the most effective ways to combat those threats.  The Native Fish Coalition’s intent is to find common ground wherever possible and work with as many organizations, government agencies, businesses and clubs. Their approach is data-driven, and they use information and education, research, habitat restoration and enhancement, reclamation and regulations to promote complete and long-term solutions.

Emily Bastian is the General Manager for Trident Fly Fishing.  She is a registered Maine guide and has fly fished since she was eight years old.  Emily is a degreed Ecologist and has worked as a National Park Ranger, Maine Game Warden, law enforcement officer and field biologist.  She worked for Maine Audubon from 2011 to 2016 where she was responsible for the Maine Brook Trout Survey Project which identified previously unknown populations of wild brook trout in remote ponds and coastal streams.  Emily was also the General Manager at Appalachian Mountain Club’s (AMC) Gorman Chairback Lodge.  She has taught fly fishing and archery at L.L.Bean Outdoor Discovery Schools and holds a second-degree black belt in karate.  Emily enjoys hiking, backpacking, hunting, and cross-country skiing.

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