A lot transpired when it comes to Maine's outdoors this year

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A lot transpired when it comes to Maine's outdoors this year

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Dec 27, 2015 8:21 am

A lot transpired when it comes to Maine's outdoors this year

Before we bid farewell to another year, here is a selective review of outdoor highlights from 2015. A lot happened this year that will have an ongoing impact on most of us who hunt and fish and recreate in the Maine outdoors.

On the political front, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) announced that it would not seek an anti-bear hunting referendum in Maine this year or next, after all. HSUS will instead pursue its goal of eliminating bear hounding, trapping and baiting through the legislative process. Trappers, and sportsmen who value their right to hunt and believe in letting professional wildlife managers — not politicians — manage our wildlife, are advised not to let their guard down.

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