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    Wolfe Tone, the Trust For Public Land’s Maine state director, fishes Cold Stream north of The Forks for the first time since working on the conservation deal that protected 2,100 acres around the stream.

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    Jeff Reardon, Trout Unlimited’s Maine brook trout project leader fishes Cold Stream north of The Forks.

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    Cold Stream is one of Maine’s most important wild native brook trout fisheries.

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    Wolfe Tone fishes the pool below a waterfall on Cold Stream.

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    A waterfall on Cold Stream.

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    Jeff Reardon and Wolfe Tone fish Little Berry Pond on the last week of September before the wild brook trout waters closed to fishing for the season.

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    Wolfe Tone holds a small brook trout in its spawning colors caught on the pond.

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    Jeff Reardon and Wolfe Tone worked together on the land deal that protected the chain of ponds around Cold Stream Pond north of The Forks.

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