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Steve Vose (Rabid Outdoorsman)
Passionate About Maine's Woods & Waters -
Steve Vose (AKA The Rabid Outdoorsman) is a Registered Maine Guide, outdoor writer, blogger, photographer and lover of Maine's woods and waters. Through his writing, he shares hunting, fishing & general sporting information with others passionate about the great outdoors. When able to find time in his hectic schedule, he even manages to do a little bit of guiding, where he takes great pride in introducing others to the rugged beauty of the Maine wilderness.
Bragging rights
Skydived, Swam in the Mediterranean, Scuba Dived the Great Barrier Reef, Climbed Aconcagua
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Rabid Outdoorsman
Maine Guide


Wildlife Quiz - The American Mink
The American Mink ( Neovison vison ) boasts an impressive range stretching from the west to east coast of the United States and from the arctic tundra to South America. Through human introduction, the mink has even expanded its range to parts of Europe.

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Ticks SUCK . . . Literally!
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Introduce Kids to fishing
July provides the perfect opportunity to introduce a child to angling. With temperatures high and smallmouth bass feisty and plentiful, kids can readily develop a life long love of fishing during this month.
Kids readily learn introductory fishing skills, ...
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Take my grandson every weekend.... He loves it, but won't take a fish off the hook.... still working on that...
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Doubling Point Lighthouse - Photo Tour

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Ticks SUCK! By June the black fly and the mosquito have both begun to take over the Maine woods. In recent years, Down East has caught up with the southern part of the state and we are now seeing a slow but steady invasion by deer ticks. One bite from a tic...
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Mom's First Turkey
After years of pursuit, Mom finally dropped the hammer on this Jake (11.5 lbs) on May 15th, 2015 at 6:30 AM. I was very happy to have been there during the event, providing purrs, yelps and clucks of encouragement to get the shy Jake to walk (hobble) the fi...
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