Why We Hunt
It’s one of Maine’s most storied (and most contentious) traditions. We set our sights on the myriad ways hunting shapes our state.
As one hunting buddy reaches the end of life, another reflects: sometimes what matters most is the person you’re hunting with. By George A. Smith.
The newspapers call him a sharpshooter. His degree calls him a wildlife ecologist. Maine’s islands call him when they have too many deer. As told to Brian Kevin
The Harraseeket Inn’s chef Troy Mains knows his way around the kitchen and the woods. Take your own shot at his peppered venison tenderloin and pheasant pot pie.
How Teddy Roosevelt’s safari shotgun got to Maine, a nostalgic tour of deer camp, Greenville’s weirdo taxidermy emporium, hunting for sea ducks in the frigid dawn, and more!
Where in Maine?
Can you identify this serene seaside town?
Letters to the Editor
What You Said
What is your favorite Maine hunting memory?
North by East
Opinions, Advisories, and Musings from the Length and Breadth of Maine
What’s in a Picture
A Retro Bus Trip to Presque Isle
Could Underground Power Lines Prevent Blackouts?
Commentary from around Maine
Talk of Maine
The Least We Can Do: Portland Takes On the Minimum Wage
Living the Maine Life
Potter Hanako Nakazato
A Scandalous Second Marriage
Room With a View
What to Do in Maine This Month
The Gothic, Belfast
Bayou Kitchen, Portland
Life in Prison
It’s November. Go Here. Do this. See that.
From Our Archives
November 1979. A look back at Down East thirty-five years ago.
Cover: L.L.Bean’s Maine hunting shoe by Mark Fleming