Don’t miss this great event! Friends of the Maine State Museum Collaborate to Create Historic Documentary Journey Uptah Camp Like Never Before Sportsmen & the Maine Sporting Camp Tradition; A 3D Historic Experience In a compelling and first of its kind presentation, the Friends of the Maine State Museum in collaboration with the Maine State […]
On Saturday, May 20 from 7-9 PM, Shipyard is hosting a membership rally for the American Homebrewers Association (AHA). The event will take place at the Shipyard brewery at 86 Newbury Street in Portland, where manager Irena does a superb job. The event highlights the final weekend of American Craft Beer Week, which runs from May 15-21. Surely, […]
I found this column in the latest edition of the Working Waterfront newsletter, published by Island Institute in Rockland. There’s a lot of good and important information about Lyme Disease and other diseases caused by deer ticks in this article, so I want to share it with you. You can read the article here.
I’ve been writing a Quotable Sportsman column for The Maine Sportsman for five years, and over that period have reported on amazing, entertaining, and sometimes troubling quotes. From time to time I’m dipping back into those to share them with you in this column. If I came another 10 years and didn’t get a bear, […]
Last year Down East Books published my book, Maine Sporting Camps, a bit of history, lots of information about each camp, and great stories from longtime guests and customers. One of my favorite stories came from Dick Mosher, a master guide for 54 years. I had a fascinating telephone conversation with Dick, and he followed […]
Got a child or grandchild who loves to fish, or who wants to start fishing? Well, thanks to the Maine Professional Guides Association, we’ve got some great videos for those kids. The MPGA produced these videos with the help of a grant to the Maine Guides Education Fund supported by LL Bean. You can view […]