By Bethe Brogran, Times Record Bangor Daily News news story The National Marine Fisheries Service on Tuesday listed Atlantic sturgeon in the Gulf of Maine—including populations in the Kennebec and Penobscot rivers—as a threatened species under the federal Endangered Species Act. The service will now develop regulations to protect the fish. In addition to listing Read More
Many Maine public lands are open for fishing. Here are a few great spots for you to head with your fishing pole and tackle. Please be sure to visit the State of Maine website to learn about Maine's fishing rules and laws, and learn how to obtain a fishing license.
These cold January days have not deterred me from enjoying Maine’s outdoors. Those of us who love to fish in Maine can’t stay idle waiting for spring to wet our fly lines. Instead, we bundle up and explore Maine’s lakes and rivers—through the ice. Last weekend, I finally got a chance to get out on Read More
Maine sportsmen call for action to stop global warming. Learn more and read statements by several sportsmen who spoke at this event.
By Dave Sherwood Morning Sentinel news story pssst. Have you heard? “Traditional use” of land in Maine is under attack: By pending legislation, by political campaigns, special interest groups, land sales, nonprofits and people from “away.”If you’re like most Mainers, you’ve got your own idea of what “traditional use” is and isn’t, and just the Read More