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Issue 176 Table of Contents

May/June 2022

Falling in love with Maine lakes
Falling in love with Maine lakes

Boatyard Dogs Tiller & Kanga
Tiller and Kanga

Letters to the Editor - Issue 176
Letters to the Editor - Issue 176

New boats, new engines, turn off the water
Electric engines, lobster landings, yoga for fishermen

Rocky Arrival at Ragged Island
An overnight sail to Criehaven and a lucky rescue.

A Trustworthy Grumman Canoe
An old Grumman canoe has proven its worth.

Sales, Service, Storage & Boatbuilding
Hamlin’s Marine operates four sites, offers sales, service, and manufacturing.

Cottrell Whitehall: Rowing Elegance
Cottrell Boatbuilding, classic small rowing boats

A Maine Tradition
Trolling for salmon is an art in relaxation. A seasoned angler has some good tips.

Fly Reel Makers of Maine
Maine’s storied history of fishing tackle includes men who designed and built early salmon reels.

I Can’t Believe What I Just Heard
In his years as a Maine wildlife biologist Ron Joseph has heard some wild tales.

Tracking the Health of Acadia’s Lakes
Protecting the water supplies in Acadia.

Monson Arts: Cultivating the Muse
Artists and writers find space, time and community on the shores of Lake Hebron.

The Hunt for a Bigger, Better Boat
A cancer diagnosis inspires the search for a bigger boat, and the hunt is never easy.

Boatbuilding on a Smaller Scale
Robert Rice has become the custodian of his family’s boatbuilding history. He also builds boat models.

Rangeley: Mountain Magic
Western Maine's mountains, lakes and ponds

Welcome Downeast
Pollen, peonies, island camping

An Inventor’s Hi-Tech Rowing Shell
R. Buckminster Fuller's rowing needles

Maine I Love — Isaac Remsen
Through photographer Isaac Remsen's lens

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Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 176
Issue 176 | May/June 2022
Volume 35 | Number 3
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On the cover: The Cottrell family in Searsport, Maine, has built a reputation for its beautiful tenders, including Whitehalls of various lengths. Here, Ben Cottrell works on part of a Whitehall under construction.