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Lifetime fishing, hunting licenses offered
Lifetime fishing, hunting licenses offered YORK, Maine - Lifetime hunting and fishing licenses a...
Deer hunting: It's more than a Maine tradition
Deer hunting: It's more than a Maine tradition ByKen Bailey HOPE (Oct 12): "The white-tailed deer...
Moose hunting season gets under way Monday
By Misty Edgecomb, Of the NEWS Staff e-mail Misty Last updated: Saturday, September 25, 2004 Moose...
Baiting referendum would open woods, supporters claim
AUGUSTA -- When Larry Ferrell retired to Maine three years ago, he wanted to hunt bear. A lifelong ...
More and more Maine residents giving bear hunting a shot
More and more Maine residents giving bear hunting a shot As bear season enters its third week here ...
Bear hunting season begins
Bear hunting season begins Thursday, September2, 2004, 2:57 PM RUMFORD (AP) - Bear hunting season b...
Summer is time to sharpen skills for fall hunting
Last updated: Saturday, July 31, 2004 Summer is time to sharpen skills for fall hunting Several opt...
NEW HUNTING CERTIFICATIONS
NEW HUNTING CERTIFICATIONS The Izaak Walton League is pushing ahead with a plan to boost the image...
Ban on baiting for Bear?
When voters in Michigan faced a referendum to ban the use of bait and hounds in bear hunting, they h...

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October 2011 Sporting Clays Instructor Training / Certification Opportunity
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Upcoming Sporting Clays Instructor Certification Class
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Oak Ridge Sportsman's Club
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Elk, Moose, Reindeer or Caribou?
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Maine is about 320 miles long and 210 miles wide, with a land area of over 33,000 square miles - roughly the land area of all the other five New England states combined.  Nearly 17 million acres of forestland is dotted by more than 6,000 lakes and ponds and 32,000 miles of rivers and streams, and has nearly 3,500 miles of coastline, and over 2,000 islands. Each November, Maine hunters tag more than 600 whitetail bucks that tip the scales above the trophy 200-pound mark.

Bear hunting in Maine is the best in the East. The state offers a fall moose hunting season unmatched in hunter success anywhere in the nation, as well as world-class hunting for wild turkey, ruffed grouse, pheasant, upland game and waterfowl. Commercial shooting areas are licensed by the State of Maine and allow the hunting of mallard ducks, pheasant, quail and Chukar partridge only. Hunting is allowed from January 1st through December 31st, including Sundays.

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Maine Pheasant Hunting Preserves

Cedar Ridge Pheasants
27 Greenfield Rd.
Greenbush, ME 04418
One of Maine's newest upland hunting preserves offering ringneck pheasant, quail and chukar partridge   Read more about Cedar Ridge Pheasants
Georges River Outfitters
1364 Atlantic Highway
Warren, ME 04864
Johnson Flat Sportsman's Preserve
P.O. Box 84
Burnham, ME 04922
Mallard duck, quail, pheasant and whitetail deer hunting. We also offer Continental Shoots. Challenging pass through shooting simulating driven pheasants. Hunters are stationed in a circle around a tower and the birds are released individually or in small groups. After 20 birds are released downed birds will be retrieved, and hunters will move to a different station. Ten Pheasants per shooter minimum are released during the shoot. All birds will be divided equally at the end of the shoot. Your r   Read more about Johnson Flat Sportsman's Preserve
Northern Outdoors
Rt. 201, PO Box 100
The Forks, ME 04985
Red River Camps
PO Box 320
Portage, ME 04765
Rising Sun Outfitters
P.O. Box 238
Gouldsboro, ME 04607
Setter's Point
613 Sawin Hill Rd.
Albany Twp., ME 04217
The Bradford Camps
PO Box 729
Ashland, ME 04732
The Village Camps
Box 101-W
Forest City, ME 04413
Three Rivers Wingshooting
373 River Road
Milo, ME 04463
Three Rivers Wingshooting is a privately owned and operated pheasant and quail hunting preserve located in central Maine. Hunts are operated seven days a week. Guided hunts are available if needed, or hunter can walk groomed trails on his/her own. Hunters are welcome to bring their own bird dog or, with advanced notice, a dog and handler can be provided. The preserve is located on acreage that offers open fields with great cover for upland game birds, groomed trails and river water access.   Read more about Three Rivers Wingshooting
   

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