Tag Archives: Maine ice fishing

Ask your loved ones to be safe on the ice this winter

With snow on the ground and a few frigid days behind us, we’re nearing the point of our late-pre-winter when Mainers start doing things that get themselves killed. It happens every year. Unfortunate. Tragic. But true. Lakes and ponds are “making ice,” as we say, and many of us are eager to get out there […]

Want to go fishing? Free weekend on tap, derbies abound

If you’re looking to spend a day on the ice and like to add the spice of competition to your fishing adventures, this is the weekend for you. Fact is, you probably won’t be able to throw a snowball without hitting a fishing derby organizer this weekend. A pair of factors have turned this weekend […]

Meeting on First Roach Pond ice fishing scheduled

If you spend any time fishing lakes near Greenville, you may want to let state officials know what you think about a fisheries proposal that will affect First Roach Pond. First Roach Pond is a 3,270-acre pond in Frenchtown Township, northeast of Greenville. It reaches a maximum depth of 123 feet. Tim Obrey, regional fisheries […]