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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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