Memphremagog


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Memphremagog

(ˌmɛmfriːˈmeɪɡɒɡ)
n
(Placename) Lake a lake on the border between the US and Canada, in N Vermont and S Quebec. Length: about 43 km (27 miles). Width: up to 6 km (4 miles)
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While in the Eastern Townships in Quebec for the 125th anniversary of the Church of the Advent, I enjoyed a visit to Abbaye Saint Benoit-du-Lac, a beautiful Benedictine abbey nestled in the hills surrounding Lake Memphremagog. The abbey is renowned for Gregorian chant and the production of world-class cheeses and apple cider.
Also called eel-pout and poor man's lobster, they live in very cold, deep lakes that include Willoughby and Memphremagog. They're most successfully fished for at night with dead bait set on the bottom in 15 to 30 feet of water that is next to a drop off.
Chopping firewood at their rustic family summer place on Lake Memphremagog ("body of beautiful water") in Vermont, still Diner's summer sanctuary where he chugs along in a 14-foot aluminum boat powered by a '58 three-horsepower Johnson.
Distribution, abundance, and resource utilization of littoral zone fishes in response to a nutrient/production gradient in Lake Memphremagog. J.
His legal assistant, Jocelyn Smith, jokes, "There's never been a fishing trip he didn't like." A favorite spot is a retreat on Lake Memphremagog in Vermont, where he can take his small aluminum boat with its classic outboard to fish, or kayak to one of three rivers running into the lake to enjoy the birds and wildlife.
Little examines the tale of a revivalist, Ralph Merry, son of the first settler at the Outlet of Lake Memphremagog, later the town of Magog.
The rates varied from 38.3/100,000 in Memphremagog to 113.5/100,000 in Asbestos (excluding Granit, where case ascertainment was different); these interregional differences persisted after stratification for age (Table 1).