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We report Fishing Conditions to Orvis. View fishing reports for Grand Lake Stream, the St Croix River and lakes of Downeast Maine by Weatherby’s Fishing and Hunting Lodge in Grand Lake Stream, Maine.

International Fly Fishing Opportunities with Weatherby’s

We are excited to announce the addition of two new international fly fishing trips to Argentina and the Bahamas for 2024 and 2025! Patagonia, Argentina - November 30 - December 7, 2024 Join us for a bucket list trip to Patagonia. Fish several lakes and the Rio Manso for rainbow trout, brook

2024-05-20T12:34:10-05:00By |

Argentina November 30-December 6, 2024

Join us after our 2024 Maine season for a bucket list trip (that might just become an annual trip) to Rio Manso Lodge in the heart of Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi is Southern Argentina and part of Patagonia in the Andes Mountains.  Comfortable accommodations, excellent guides, equipment, Malbec wines and fine dining is the norm

2024-05-24T10:42:23-05:00By |

News From Weatherby’s Winter 23/24

Weatherby's highly coveted 20 Inch Club list is now available to view in our latest Grand Lake Streamer - News From Weatherby's.  Check out the latest dates for our 2024 remote trips - Roach River, Fox Hole and Grouse Camp - as well as up to date info on  Iceland, Argentina, Woman's Fly Fishing Schools

2024-01-09T11:46:09-06:00By |

Maine’s First Maine Guide

A nice tribute to  Maine's first Maine Guide - Cornelius "Flyrod" Crosby.  Check out the short video at the Maine Historical Society YouTube page.  

2024-01-05T08:47:39-06:00By |

Tips for New Fly Fisherman

Fly Fishing is an exciting new hobby that any outdoors lover should consider taking up. It can be as simple as catching pan fish in your backyard or traveling the world to experience exotic destinations and new species of fish. The sport offers more than catching big fish and as stated by some well-known writers

2023-07-27T10:02:03-05:00By |

Top 11 Excuses for Missing Your Grouse or Woodcock in the Maine Woods

As I moved through the dense, young growth consisting of aspens, birch, and cherry with one of my English cockers this fall, my new hunting client from CA hollers to me from just out of sight, “what kind of bird has a long beak?”  I say, “why do you ask?”  He replies “cause two of

News From Weatherby’s – Winter 2017

Dear Friends of Weatherbys, 2017 will be our 16th season operating Weatherby’s, and one thing we can tell you is there is nothing routine about running a sporting camp in the Maine woods. We find challenges around every corner and everyday brings a new adventure. From marketing, maintenance, state regulation to staffing - fishing and

2022-12-08T16:25:41-06:00By |