Salmon, Landlocked (Wininnish, Ouananiche, Schoodic Salmon, Sebago Trout, etc.): Caught with Salmon or medium Brook Trout tackle on the artificial fly in swift currents below dams and rapids. May be taken by trolling, with any bright lure, especially hooks on spinners, with smelt or shiner bait. Leaps two and three feet clear of the water when hooked. Is identical with the Atlantic Salmon—same species—and exhibits no radical differences excepting that it does not go to salt water. Abundant in Maine and in Quebec, especially Lake St. John and the Saguenay River. Weighs up to 20 pounds. Averages two to five pounds. Flies: Yellow, yellow and black, gray, red and gray, and brown and black. They seldom take a fly in the lakes.
Randall, Wainwright. The Angler's Guide: a Manual for Campers and Anglers. New York: Field and Stream Pub., 1909. Print.
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