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A historic project in Maine shows that when dams are removed, a river and its fish can recover with surprising speed. CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
Very excited to announce the Veazie Community School will be joining the Atlantic Salmon Federation’s Fish Friends Program receiving 200 Atlantic salmon eggs to be raised in the school. The Veazie Salmon Club Members along with ASF mentors will oversee the equipment and interact with the student body. VZSC members will work with students as […]
Penobscot River Update 10302023
See Link Below! https://mwgo.org/mwgo-home/news-and-events/events/ Featured Event: Quarterly Board Meeting and Annual Meeting of the Membership Sunday, Oct 29 at the Veazie Salmon Club, 30 Old County Rd, Veazie, ME Schedule for the Day 9:00 am Arrival and Coffee 9:30 am Quarterly Board Meeting 11:30 am Lunch 12:15 pm Keynote; Dwayne Tomah, Language Keeper for the Passamaquoddy Tribe 2:00 […]
Plan to attend !! This Thursday Oct 26 our VZSC Club Meeting will feature Jason Valliere, Marine Resource Scientist 2, from the Maine Department of Marine Resources Division of Sea Run Fisheries and Habitat. Jason will share 2023 fish trap results and a ton of interesting Atlantic Salmon updates happening right on our home river! Usual 5:30 social, 6pm supper ($10 all […]
Please contact Charlie “Chip” Spies if you can join angler volunteers as participants in a fishability/wadability study being conducted on a 4.5 mile reach of the river below Stone Dam. The purpose is to determine general characteristics for fishing the area under multiple stream flows. Stakeholders, including Trout Unlimited, requested an angling study in the West Branch […]
306 Hatchery Road, East Orland, ME The Atlantic Salmon Museum at Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery is operated by the Friends of Craig Brook, a non-profit organization dedicated to recording and preserving the traditions and history of Atlantic Salmon fishing throughout the state of Maine. Significant renovations in the last few years have made the museum […]