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While he began his Atlantic salmon angling there with steamship journeys, during WW2 he flew in a Grumman Goose, as a guide for 5-star General Hap Arnold. Then after WW2 he purchased a J3 Piper Cub on floats, and eventually built several camps in the area for guests.
Click on the links below for the four articles.
A River I’ve Loved – Part 1 of 4
Lee Wulff sets the stage and talks about his discovery of the great Atlantic salmon angling to be had.
Between the Ponds – Part 2 of 4
During WW2 Lee Wulff acted as a guide to General Hap Arnold, known as the Father of the U.S. Air Force. But not everything went according to plan.
Over the Ponds – Part 3 of 4
Lee Wulff purchased a J3 Piper Cub, and found a new freedom in exploring the lakes and rivers of western Newfoundland.
Farewell to the Ponds – Part 4 of 4
In the 1950s Lee Wulff had camps built and spent many summers with the Atlantic salmon in the River of Ponds area. Other commitments led to his leaving the area eventually.