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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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This Month in Maine – September 2013

September a Delightful Month September has everything to recommend it. The month begins with warm days that turn cooler and cooler as the month rushes toward the 30th. Bear hunting excites folks. The actual number of bruin hunters is small compared to deer-chasers in the regular firearms season, but bear ...

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This Month in Maine – August 2013

The Month Cold Mornings and Hot Afternoons With Plenty to Do! August reigns as an odd month in Maine. Dawns can be downright chilled, offering a hint of fall, but by 9 or 10 a.m., it’s summer again. By sunset, temperatures drop again, and if the temperature stays in the ...

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This Month in Maine – July 2013

Turkey hunting and salmonid angling have passed with a feverish display of activity back in May and into June, but by early summer, folks “think” that they settle into a slower routine and spend more time with the family. And it does work that way to a certain extent.

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