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Downeast Duck Hunter
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The Ice Shack
This 6X8 ice fishing shack built by our local high school project learning class will be part of the Downeast Duck Hunter's ice fishing arsenal this upcoming hard water season.  Plans for this overnight sleeper will include a small woodstove, folding bunk b...

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Ducks, Dogs, & Downriggers visits the Downeast Duck Hunter
This summer was full of excitement including a weeklong visit from my great friend Kevin from over to Ducks, Dogs, and Downriggers of Eastern Washington state.  Two years before, Trey from Brave Eagles Hunt with Antique Brownings made way from Southern Geor...

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Downeast Destroyers Summer 2014
Bay of Fundy 10K Road Race Champions After training last year and getting into the race circuit, I had no choice but to add the element of swag to my participation in the feet of fury.  To make this happen, I decided to go after the Bay of Fundy 10K team ch...

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Opening Day Trout Slammer...
Ended up with a concussion on Christmas Day, and shouldn't have been on the ice for opening day of ice fishing but we ventured out for some brook trout action. The day didn't disappoint as Bud and I nailed these monster brook trout within fifteen minutes of...

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The Buck of a Lifetime
I had a special visit in the principal's office several days ago with one of my favorite students of all time. Marcus was certainly on cloud nine when he began to recount a truly impressive story that might be worth mentioning. He and his brother had opted ...

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The Running Circuit
Part of my life around Celiac Disease is this ongoing effort to deal with inflammation and nutritional challenges.  For about 11 months now, I have been running to the point that I opted to get back onto the race circuit.  It began as a way to improve my he...

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Sea Duck 2013 Round II
The second sea duck venture of this season proved far more lucrative as both the scoters and eiders were moving early. Although the coots were still flying in small numbers, the eiders arrived in larger flocks with some groups numbering in the high 40's and...
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