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A.L. Poland
For fun did a limited run of hats featuring some of my art!  These are snapback and really comfortable.  100% acrylic so they don't sweat stain like cotton.  $15 plus S/H.  
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McKay's Fishing Adventures
On the second day, we had decided we were going to get up early and rent kayaks (which I won’t lie, I am not a real big fan of, but that was our cheapest option) to get us out on the water. First light wasn’t until around 630, so we got to sleep in a little...
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It's cheeseburger season on all our rivers. There is no other time quite like it. Golden stonesflies have begun to show. They are nighttime hatches so you won't see many around during the day. The best indicator that golden stone are around is fish start tr...
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Tenkara Blog
Glad you found the Tenkara blog, my name is Dan Pierce and I live in central Maine with my wife, son, and yellow lab.  Everyone says no matter where you grow up in Maine you get exposed to the water early on wether it is the ocean on the coast, the...
Tailwater Lodge Altmar New York
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Tailwater Lodge Altmar New York I have been going to the Salmon River in New York for over ten years. If you do not know what the Salmon River is about and you are a fisherman, you are seriously missing out. The river has huge runs of King Salmon, Coho...
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Penobscot Lower W BR, MCKAY STN, Ripogenus Dam* 01-01 IS WATERLINE?
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Waterline reports are current, accurate, convenient and FREE. Whether you're using rivers for work or recreation, Waterline is the quickest and simplest way to find out about current river conditions. A growing number of site operators provide their data directly to Waterline using FlowCast ©, Waterline's electronic data reporting system. Reports for these FlowCast sites are only available here at this site on the Web and on Waterline's toll-free telephone hotline. River level readings from public gauges are available elsewhere on the Web but most of these readings are only available by phone on the Waterline hotline. The telephone hotline is a great complement to the Web. The Web is a wonderful thing when you're at your computer but if you're an active river user, you spend a lot of time away from your computer. Conditions change while you're on the road and so do your plans. With Waterline, you can use your cell phone or any touch tone phone to get the information you need while traveling, camping or even while you're on the river!

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Allagash River near Allagash 08-04 05:00 2090
Fish River near Fort Kent 08-04 04:45 1060
St. John R below Fish R @ Ft Kent 08-04 04:30 9200
Grand Lake Stream 08-04 05:00 220
Dennys River at Dennysville 09-30 23:45 1010
Narraguagus River at Cherryfield 08-04 05:00 139
E Branch Penobscot R at Grindstone 08-04 04:30 740
Piscataquis R near Dover-Foxcroft 08-04 04:30 196
Penobscot River at West Enfield 08-04 04:30 6130
Kennebec River @ The Forks 08-04 04:15 660
Kennebec River at Bingham 08-04 04:15 3790
Androscoggin R at Errol, NH 08-04 04:15 1760
Androscoggin R near Gorham, NH 08-04 04:15 1970
Wild River at Gilead 08-04 04:45 32
Mousam R at Rte 4 near Sanford 08-04 04:45 37
Mousam R near West Kennebunk 08-04 04:45 46
Salmon River, NY at Lighthouse Hill* 01-01 Reserved

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