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The Month in Maine – December

This Month The -ber Months Mean Hunting In Maine, the -ber months are ending Dec. 31 – the four annual months that hold the majority of the hunting seasons in this state. Sure, we can hunt something in most months, crows, woodchucks and coyotes, but from September to December, most ...

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The Month in Maine – June

This Month June – a Hopping Month June reigns as a hopping month in the Maine outdoors. In the North Country, consistent, aquatic-insect hatches keep folks covering rises, river action produces big trout and salmon, and brooks offer fast fishing for brookies and even browns, the latter far more prevalent ...

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The month in Maine – March

This Month March May Be the Muddy Month…. March may be the muddy month in the bottom third of the state, but on some days, spring’s smells, sounds and sights intoxicate us, while offering visions of new greens and open water, lying just around the corner. In southern and central ...

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The Month in Maine – January

Full-Force Winter Arrives in January In Maine, January ranks as the coldest month with the lowest average high and low temperatures of the year, but on Jan. 1 in many years, lack of safe ice slows early ice-fishing. By month’s end, however, darned few places in the state don’t offer ...

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The Month in Maine – December

This Month Dark December Creates Festive Mood For this writer during the dark, festive month, a perfect December day goes like this: After arise at the break of dawn or earlier, I work until late morning or early afternoon, head outdoors for sport and exercise that may include muzzle-loading for ...

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