Free Fishing Weekend June 1 & 2

This weekend is Maine’s free fishing weekend and the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is encouraging everyone to get outside and enjoy a day fishing with family or friends on one of Maines many waters. Free fishing weekend takes place on...


Browntail Moth Update

To MWAers, As most of you know the Browntail Moth infestation increased its footprint and severity in 2019.  Oak trees and fruit trees around the lake and pond and river have been completely defoliated and most everyone I have talked to has “the rash”.  I talked to...


Mid-Winter Report

Here’s Warden Dale’s Mid-Winter Report Mid-winter in the Megunticook Watershed is a fabulous time to get out and shake those blues. The temperatures may be cold but if you dress properly it’s fun to play on the ice. While skating, fishing or just...

Plan to Plant a Buffer, or Beef up an Existing One!

One of the best things you can do for the health of your lake or pond is to protect the edge.  Protect The Edge.  That should be a bumper sticker.  If you have grass or dirt going down to water, that’s a bad thing.  Even worse if it’s on a slope.  With every rain,...


Early Spring 2018 PHOTOS

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