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Waters Regulated by Tribes

The Maine State Indian Tribal Commission has adopted rules which affect waters within  Indian Territory.
Waters Regulated by Tribes

Digital Edition

Read the entire 2016 Maine Fishing Guide online! Our unique digital edition allows you to page through the entire guide, just as if you were reading the magazine.
Digital Edition

Kennebec River

Due to the removal of Edwards dam, the “head of tide” in the Kennebec River is now at the downstream side of the power line.
Kennebec River

Muskie, Pike or Pickerel?

Can you tell the difference?
Muskie, Pike or Pickerel?

Maine Open Water and Ice Fishing Regulations

Digital Edition Click through an interactive version of the regulation guide. Turn the pages just as you would the real thing.
PDF Download The entire guide is also available as a PDF download for offline viewing.


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