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Passionate About Maine's Woods & Waters - www.themaineoutdoorsman.com
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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.
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Skydived, Swam in the Mediterranean, Scuba Dived the Great Barrier Reef, Climbed Aconcagua
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Hunting the Snowshoe Hare
My Son Prepares for His First Hare Hunt This short article was originally published as my VERY FIRST blog posting back in February of 2008 and more recently RE-published in the Sportsman Alliance of Maine (SAM) March/April 2015 Newsletter . . . enjoy!  At 7...
My Son Prepares for His First Hare Hunt This short article was originally published as my VERY FIRST blog posting back in February of 2008 and more recently RE-published in the Sportsman Alliance of Maine (SAM) March/April 20...
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I admit I sometimes struggle with the thought of killing an animal that I don’t intend to eat. I typically overcome these feelings when I know that the harvested animal will be used for some practical purpose. Bobcat, coyote ...
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Cathance Lake, (Delorme’s The Maine Atlas and Gazetteer (MAG), Map 36, E-4) in Washington County, was one of the first Maine lakes to be artificially stocked with landlocked salmon. Occurring in 1868, using salmon eggs obtain...
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This short article was recently published in the Sportsman Alliance of Maine (SAM) January/February 2015 Newsletter . . . enjoy!  I remember fondly one particular evening a few years ago when I had the distinct pleasure of ta...
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The Electric Ice Auger  After suffering a back injury, battling blizzards last December, I realized that if I wished to have any hope of continuing my passion for ice fishing, I needed to find a better way of hacking a hole t...
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By March, many of the hardwaters of the state have begun slowly returning to their liquid state. This change comes with the longer days of sunlight and temperature that creep well up into the proximity of down right balmy. By...
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Ice Fishing at Kid only Ponds!
By March, many of the hardwaters of the state have begun slowly returning to their liquid state. This change comes with the longer days of sunlight and temperature that creep well up into the proximity of down right balmy. By March’s end, many favorite fish...
By March, many of the hardwaters of the state have begun slowly returning to their liquid state. This change comes with the longer days of sunlight and temperature that creep well up into the proximity of down right balmy. By...
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Wildlife Quiz - Maine’s Snowshoe Hare
The showshoe hare (Lepus americanus), also called the varying hare, has a home range spanning across all of North America. Snowshoe hare have evolved to become well adapted to their snow covered environments. Hare’s have the amazing ability to shed their br...
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A Friends First Coyote Hunt
This short article was recently published in the Sportsman Alliance of Maine (SAM) January/February 2015 Newsletter . . . enjoy!  I remember fondly one particular evening a few years ago when I had the distinct pleasure of taking a friend out coyote hunting...
This short article was recently published in the Sportsman Alliance of Maine (SAM) January/February 2015 Newsletter . . . enjoy!  I remember fondly one particular evening a few years ago when I had the distinct pleasure of ta...
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