A Collection of Forgotten Fishing Stories from the Grand Cascapedia River
The Grand Cascapedia is a river where great fishing stories are told and the dream of catching a Cascapedia Giant comes to life every time an angler throws their line across its magnificent waters. For almost two hundred years, anglers have made their way to this fishing destination in the hopes of catching a trophy fish. They built private camps and lodges and set up a system that would enable them to maintain their privileged fishing grounds.
Fate brought these rich and famous anglers to the Grand Cascapedia and their influence forever changed the course of history on its waters and the lives of the people who lived beside it. The Grand has seen and felt the presence of thousands of these anglers and it has witnessed their many attempts to land one of its Atlantic salmon.
This is a collection of intriguing stories about some of Cascapedia's rich and famous anglers, and it includes the untold story of a princess who just happened to be Queen Victoria’s daughter.
There is also the story about the mysterious death of a fisherman whose body was found at his fishing camp on the river.
What happened to the richest man in Canada while on the Cascapedia?
Which angler inspired Ian Fleming to write the James Bond 007 book Goldfinger, which was later turned into a movie?
Who told the biggest fishing story and what angler bought a plane for Amelia Earhart?
For many, this river is a salmon paradise, and they return to it year after year hoping to walk away with a fishing story that will last a lifetime.
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