How to avoid making common moose-hunting mistakes The old adage of moose-hunting holds that once a hunter pulls the trigger, all the fun is over. by John Holyoke 11 hours agoSeptember 22, 2022 What you need to know to hunt in the North Maine Woods by Pete Warner The history of Maine’s moose hunt by Pete Warner Hunters hope for cool weather as Maine moose hunt begins next week by Pete Warner Trail cameras Watch 3 cubs scramble up a tree to safety as big bears brawl over food The reason Maine guides are optimistic for bear hunting season An expert identifies the mystery cat seen in our Maine trail cam photo Some people think this trail cam photo shows a mountain lion in Maine Watch a moose nurse its newborn in this touching trail cam video Maine guide catches 8 40-inch striped bass during the best fishing night of his life Hunting Vermont hunter faces charges for shooting man he mistook as bear by The Associated Press How to get permission to hunt on private land by John Holyoke Ellsworth hunter shoots massive 516-pound black bear nicknamed ‘Zodiac’ by Pete Warner It’s a lot harder to kill a turkey in the fall by Pete Warner Has modern technology made hunting too easy? by Chris Sargent, Outdoors Contributor 2 Maine wildlife refuges opened to limited hunting by Leela Stockley Maine hunters go to extreme lengths to stop people from stealing their trail cameras by Pete Warner Fishing Top-placing fishing derby buddies swear by elaborate superstitions by Pete Warner Fall fishing can be magnificent. These tips will help you succeed. by John Holyoke What you need to know to catch fish this fall in Maine by Pete Warner 4-year-old girl helps mom reel in monster brook trout at Moosehead Lake by Pete Warner How I caught a 42-inch muskie in northern Maine by Kevin McKay, Outdoors contributor Maine angler catches ‘unicorn’ of a fish with a 50-inch striper by Pete Warner Muskie Derby is off to a slow start but anglers can fish through Sunday by Jessica Potila Hiking & other summer activities How to get back into a flipped sea kayak by Aislinn Sarnacki This video shows what it’s like to hike Acadia’s famous Beehive trail by Aislinn Sarnacki When the tourists come to Maine, head north for these 3 hikes by Natalie Williams 25 awesome lesser-known Maine hikes by Aislinn Sarnacki 10 places in Maine to hike with your dog by Aislinn Sarnacki 9 oceanside trails to try in Maine this spring by Aislinn Sarnacki 11 easy mountain hikes in Maine, great for spring by Aislinn Sarnacki Wildlife This is the secret pro-birders use to identify hawks from far away by Bob Duchesne, Good Birding How to identify woodpeckers by the sounds they make by Bob Duchesne, Good Birding Birds keep popping up in the state that aren’t supposed to be here by Bob Duchesne, Good Birding How to have a pandemic-proof DIY winter birding adventure by Bob Duchesne, Good Birding Snow buntings are the cutest birds you’ll find in Maine this winter by Bob Duchesne, Good Birding Follow these steps to identify birds quickly by Bob Duchesne, Good Birding Schoodic Point is the perfect place to study migrating coastal birds by Bob Duchesne, Good Birding MORE OUTDOORS A quiet hike in eastern Maine with spectacular 360-degree views “The wilderness beckoned us onward, to walk among mossy hills, glacial boulders and towering evergreens.” The odds of finding this bird spotted in Dover-Foxcroft are astronomically low “Maybe Mother Nature is trying to tell us something. Birds seem to be moving around the planet more than usual this autumn.” 5 things hunters need to know to successfully find a moose Here are five key things hunters should be looking for if they want to find a moose during their hunt. This fly fishing tournament has a surprisingly difficult twist The trick is, if you lose a fly, you are left with the one fly for the rest of the tournament. The special deer hunting season you may not know about Expanded archery season began on Sept. 10 and runs through Dec. 10, the last day of Maine deer hunting in 2023. A 2-day adventure of kayaking rapids on the Penobscot and biking thrilling hills Penobscot River Trails in Grindstone offers hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and paddling. Maine guides and hunters are ditching tradition and quartering moose in the field Hunters have adopted the practice of caping and quartering the moose in the field and packing out the meat, head and antlers to ensure meat preservation. It’s nearly impossible to get rid of a camp stove fuel canister in Maine They can’t just be thrown out. They aren’t recyclable. There’s no collection programs for them. In short, nobody wants them. 10 surprising facts about Katahdin The mountain peak that towers over Maine is hundreds of thousands of years old, and still holds many mysteries. You’d be shocked by how some Maine birds behave during the winter The truth is, many of the birds that we think of as “ours” are merely here for five months. Then they fly off, and belong to somebody else. Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.