MCKAY'S FISHING ADVENTURES
    Today the temperature is supposed to reach almost 100 degrees. Great for those beach goers but not so much for us fishermen. When the days are really hot and the nights are really warm, the water temperatures starts to climb and when the water temperatures start getting closer… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    I read this interesting story on line recently. A young Arctic fox has walked across the ice from Norway’s Svalbard islands to northern Canada in an epic journey, covering 3,506 km (2,176 miles) in 76 days. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes = [[300,250]];… Read More
ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
Acadia National Park is one of the most famous destinations in Maine, and for good reason. It’s a place filled with natural beauty. It boasts mountains of pink granite, pristine ponds, bubbling brooks, dramatic sea cliffs and one of the state’s sandiest beaches. Acadia is the… Read More
    ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    Difficulty: Easy. The 0.3-mile trail climbs gradually up Mount Percival, which rises just over 500 feet above sea level. The surface of the trail is forest floor, but it’s not particularly root-filled or rocky. How to get there: From Route 1 in Northport, turn onto Shore… Read More

Outdoors Blogs

GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
Maine’s U.S. Senator Angus King has stepped up to support hunters, wildlife, and everyone who loves the outdoors. Angus loves to fish and hunt ducks, so his support for our outdoor heritage is no surprise to me. Here is the… Read More
BANGOR — The Bangor Land Trust will host the Maine Entomological Society with an infect identification and collection field day 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, at Walden-Parke Preserve. Bring collection containers, boots, nets or sprays for the sometimes troublesome biting insects, a bag lunch and a big dose… Read More