GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    Last week the legislature’s Fish and Wildlife Committee acted on several bills. The committee had a public hearing and work session immediately after on a bill giving DIF&W’s commissioner authority to extend the ice fishing season. This bill was presented… Read More
    FISHING POLES AND ADVENTURES
    Anyone that has been ice fishing knows that sometimes there is a hot hole or bait or technique at any given outing.  Its great when things are working well for you, but could turn into a long day if your traps get no attention.  It could be something… Read More
ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
In recent years, I’ve given slideshow presentations and talks throughout Maine about my outdoor adventures, and more specifically, the many hikes I’ve been on for this blog. I usually end these talks by opening it up for the audience to ask me questions, and as one might expect,… Read More
    ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    Difficulty: Easy. The preserve trails travel over a fairly smooth forest floor and altogether total about 1.5 miles. Expect a gradual uphill climb from the shore to the parking area on both loop trails. How to get there: From the intersection of Route 1 and Route… Read More

Outdoors Blogs

GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
At 2 pm today, DIF&W Commissioner Judy Camuso will present her new budget to  the legislature’s Appropriations Committee. Yesterday, Judy briefed the IFW Committee on the budget, focused on changes and increases. She covered everything from purchases of snowmobiles and ATVs to lots of improvements in… Read More
BAR HARBOR — Acadia National Park has four campgrounds available for online reservation through Recreation.gov. Park campgrounds are very popular. Finding a campsite upon arrival is a rare occurrence during good weather because there are no first-come first-served sites. Reservations should be made in advance. Campgrounds are open as follows… Read More