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Maine Office of Tourism Featured Steve Vose

Found this video of one of our writers and registered Maine guide Steve Vose produced by The Maine Office of Tourism for their Maine Insider series.

Great work Steve!

 

 

About Alexander Theberge

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Alex is the former creative director of The Maine Sportsman. An avid fisherman and professional photographer he enjoys everything about the outdoors.
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The July 2017 Issue of The Maine Sportsman

Saltwater Anglers head Down to the Sea in Boats July offer prime saltwater angling along Maine’s coast, and this month’s issue of The Maine Sportsman magazine pays tribute to “big fish” fishing, starting with the excellent cover photo by our monthly “Saltwater” columnist Barry Gibson, of a fisherman and his hefty bluefish that got fooled by a surface plug. Gibson continues the theme with a piece titled “Plenty of Haddock Out There” (page 59), while Steve Vose also contributes a saltwater angling article in his “Washington County Report,” captioned “Fishing for Sculpin.” The July issue has plenty of special sections, including Benny Holloway’s “Deciding on the Perfect Power Boat” (page 21), in which he covers keel boats, pontoon boats, fish-and-ski craft and the old Maine standby – aluminum hull lake boats. JP Falzone describes the content of the ATV safety course required of all young riders in Maine, and Ron Joseph weighs in with a thoughtful piece about the dangers of letting out-of-staters make the rules for bear hunting and trapping in Maine. As long as readers keep writing letters to the editor, we’ll keep printing them, and the July issue contains nine more gems – from impressions on migrating salmon to clumsy hunting dogs, and expensive marina fuel to big turkeys and big fish – we appreciate the feedback, and we hope you enjoy seeing your letters and photos each month. The Legislature’s in the news – both in this month’s editorial (discussing the new law that will let ...