Fishing

Drop a line and fish in one of the legendary Rangeley lakes

(n.) The act, practice, or art of one who fishes.

Useful Links

For any questions about fishing laws and regulations in the Rangeley Lakes Region visit:
http://www.maine.gov/ifw/lawsrules/index.htm

Lakeside Conveniencewww.lakesideonrangeley.com

Green Farm Guide Servicewww.greenfarmguide.com

Green Farm Guide Service Lodgingwww.greenfarmhunts.com/logdingoptions.php

The Rangeley area is known as the birthplace of contemporary fly-fishing, a place where some of the most famous flies originated. Years ago the region was noted strictly for its excellent trout fishing and salmon were later introduced to the larger bodies of waters. So, come join the multigenerational families here at Town and Lake and learn what they already know.

This great brook trout was 3 1/2 pounds, and 19 1/2 inches long. Caught by Jerry Vogel on Rangeley Lake with a “495” tandem streamer fly. Jerry and his wife, Lucy have been coming to Town and Lake after ice out since 1983 and previous to that fished Mooselookmeguntic since 1961.

They strictly fly fish the lakes and don’t believe in electronic gadgets and downriggers. “The fish need a fighting chance too.”

Questions?

Give us a call at 207-864-3755 or request a reservation!!!