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Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery Complex, ME

Fish and Wildlife Service

Overview

For 131 years, a hatchery at Craig Brook has produced fish for anglers. A federal national fish hatchery since 1889, Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery has returned to hatching Atlantic salmon to replenish seven Maine rivers – a total of more than 2 million young salmon in the past year. Visitors to the hatchery will see exhibits about the environment and the survival of Maine’s Atlantic salmon. A stream model with running water features live young salmon. The hatchery greets local visitors, including schoolchildren, and both nationwide and international visitors.

Recreational Activities:

  • FISH HATCHERY
  • WILDLIFE VIEWING

Address:

Hatchery Road
East Orland,ME,04431
Phone: (207) 469-7300
Email: Tom_King@fws.gov

Directions:

Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery is located on Hatchery Road, 5 miles north of Bucksport and just off Route 1.

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