The ice fishing season in Northern Maine has been extended until April 21st. The Maine Warden Service urges caution by testing the thickness of the ice in several areas. The weather can change rapidly this time of year, so please be cautious of open water. Open water fishing season started April 1st, if you are… Continue reading
One of the residents of Jackman was out last evening and captured the evening sunset. You can see the snowy road and the logs along the side of the road covered with snow. Thank you Diane. This is perfect.
We have been getting a lot of snow this season but it seems the winds that have been blowing the past few days has cause the most problems: snow drifts on the roads and trails and everywhere in between. Everyone is shoveling or plowing and then it blows back again. Then they call the big… Continue reading
One of the clubs groomers getting ready to go out. It’s a beauty. Snowmobiling is a favorite activity in Jackman during the winter months and of course, the trails and grooming are thanks to the Border Riders Club. Below are a few winter events the have planned. February 9th – Pot luck dinner at the… Continue reading
That is what people are saying today. We had all that snow last week, then a bit of rain. The groomers went out in our region, as well as surrounding clubs, making the trail probably the best they have been this season. Matt Stone posted some photos he took while grooming. Thanks Matt. More snow… Continue reading
Ice fishing season opened on January first and even though this was on a Tuesday, Big Wood was alive with activity. Big Wood has about 2+feet of ice. Good luck. As for snowmobiling, it has had a decent but bumpy start. We had so much snow by the end of 2018 and yet, not enough… Continue reading
The Jackman-Moose River Region would like to extend our warmest wishes to you for a healthy and prosperous new year. We all hope to see you soon.
Thanks to the generous offer of Unity College,: Sky Lodge, you can now bring up your skis and enjoy this beautiful area by snowshoe or cross country skiing. Their guests and the public are invited to utilize their trails from dawn until dusk. There is no charge for this but donations will be appreciated.
WOW, can you believe this weather? And the trails in our region did open on December 15th! The bad news? Warmer weather and rain is in the forecast, the trail master/Border Riders Club will close the trails in our region this weekend until Christmas Day. If the forecast improves, he may open them sooner. BUT… Continue reading
The trails in Maine can officially open December 15th but as of yet, we have not heard a definite date for our region. We were told that most trails were marked before the snow fell, which is good, and also that some areas are being panned but no grooming yet. Visit the Border Riders Club… Continue reading