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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 June 2017 Issue of The Maine Sportsman

Big Bass Caught; Big Salmon Disqualified The June issue of The Maine Sportsman magazine has it all – trophy fish, controversy, interesting policy proposals and the expert regional and subject-matter information and advice you’ve grown to expect from the publication over its 44-year history. Monthly columnist Ethan Emerson gets things started in the cover photo, as he poses with a lunker 5.37-pound smallmouth bass – the kind experts catch when they qualify as “bass whisperers.” And for controversy, our “Almanac” writers cover the case of young Pete Vicneire, who was 8 years old when he participated in this winter’s Schoodic Lake fishing derby. He pulled in the biggest salmon of any kid – 5 pounds, 6 ounces – but was denied the $100 price because of the fish’s questionable family tree. It’s conceivable the fish was not a landlocked salmon, but rather was a federally-protected Atlantic salmon that had made its way 40 miles upriver, past dams, up fish elevators and along streams into the lake. How can you tell a landlocked salmon from an Atlantic salmon? Well, you really can’t. Finally, for policy issues, the June edition offers at least two. First, the editorial staff asks whether it’s time for a women’s-only hunting day, to bring much-needed attention to this quickly-growing segment of the market, and to the increased need for women guides who understand the importance of helping female hunters deal with the fact that historically most hunting equipment, clothing and culture has been designed by men, for ...