Outdoors

Musings - Spring Fishing In Maine
For many the true sign of spring is getting out and getting a line in. Let's face it, who really needs an excuse to go fishing? But once ice is out, early spring fishing in Maine can be frustrating. March, April, and May also offer some of the best cold water fishing...
Bristol Mills Introduces a New Fish Ladder
Fish ladders are nothing new. They’ve been around for centuries. And they all serve the same purpose - to get migrating fish over it and around a barrier. These fish are on their way to spawn, ensuring their survival.
Around Maine there are several examples of these architectural marv…
Watch Out For Black Bears!
Did you know that the State of Maine has the highest population of black bears in the contiguous U.S. and this is the time of year when they are very active mostly due to that rumbly in the tumbly. They will be active all summer into to fall but right now in the early spring the natural foods bears …
Check Out Bald Rock Mountain Trail In Lincolnville
One of the thing I really like about this time of year is you can get outside and enjoy some pretty robust exercise before it gets too hot, and not have to deal with many insects, now if someone would pass that info on to the ticks we would truly be golden...
Check Out This Unique Sculpture Preserve In Cushing Maine
If you happen to be driving through Cushing, Maine you may notice an unusual sight. There’s actually a Trojan horse on the side of the road. A very large Trojan horse. Welcome to the Langlais Sculpture Preserve.
You can see the Trojan horse along with many other larger than life sculp…
Maine Wildlife Park Opening Date Announced
One of the rights of passage here in Maine when it comes to spring is the opening of the Maine Wildlife Park in Gray. According to WGME-TV, the park is slated to open for the season in two weeks on April 15th.
If you've been to the Maine Wildlife Park before you know that they do a wonderful job…
Do You Support New Bill To Allow Sunday Hunting?
Did you know that only Maine and Massachusetts ban hunting on Sundays. It all goes back to those blue laws that many hold onto tightly, and others feel are old and outdated and need to be changed.
Of course there has been several attempts to repeal the "no hunting on Sundays" laws t…

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