Hunting and fishing in Aroostook County, Northern Maine can have lots of meanings.
You could go in lots of directions under that category heading for a Maine blog post title. Because it all depends on what you are hunting, fishing for in your roaming. Over the hills, dales, waterfront options in the largest of Maine's sixteen counties.
The term hunting in Maine used to mean just game birds, black bear, white tail deer and large pretty docile moose.
You had your trappers, folks that shot with a camera.
And were more after the telephoto sniping of bald eagles, rare Maine birds.
Maybe a Maine lake loon. There are three kinds in Vacationland.
When someone means fishing for something in Maine swimming, living underwater, breathing through gills, here come the questions.
Brace yourself to further define do you mean fly fishing in Maine for brook trout?
Or off the Maine coast wetting the higher poundage test line for the tug from a mackerel or blue fish? Dropping pots with colorful buoy markers double parked, floating overhead for Maine lobsters?
Picking up a rake, hoe for digging fresh steamers from a clam flat along the coastal regions of Maine?