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The Nahmakanta region is an incredible wilderness fishing area 45 miles from the nearest town and many miles from other camps (and other fisherman!) Four mile long "Nahmakanta" (Abenaki for "shining lake with many jumping fish") is a sparkling, spring-fed wilderness lake surrounded by wild forests, clear-flowing streams and dozens of crystal-clear lakes, the East's "Last Frontier" for wild Brook Trout and landlocked Salmon. Our nine beautifully restored lakefront log cabins all have large picture windows which look down the entire length of spectacular Nahmakanta Lake. We serve our guests delicious home-cooked meals daily in our historic 19th century dining lodge . In the evenings, fisherman usually gather to swap stories and socialize in the lodge, or to cast to rising trout and salmon just offshore from camp.
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