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Trout season is coming to a close in a very short time. As the season winds to an end, I try and savor as much of it as I possibly can. To that end, you will find me just about every afternoon knee-deep in my favorite trout pond. As the seasonal temperatures begin to drop in the ponds, the t…

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The foliage is in full flower, and what better way to celebrate it than to return to the classic White Mountain hike: Mount Willard (2,800 feet) at the head of Crawford Notch.

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People from all over the United States and world descend on New England in the fall, searching for “peak foliage.” They consult their foliage apps, check online updates and ask the natives, “When is it going to be peak?”

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Early on in the educational process of a young fly angler, the East Branch of the Saco River was on the “to do” list. The East Branch was known for its wild brook trout and its bounty of hatches.

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INTERVALE — The White Mountains chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association headquartered in North Conway will be presenting the Leaf Peeper Bike Bash, a fall mountain bike festival, on Saturday, Oct. 12, from 6 to 10 p.m. at Theater in the Wood in Intervale.

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This weekend starts what should be a new tradition on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 5 and 6, the Bubba’s Backyard Ultra. “Anyone willing to toe the line” is invited to run the 3.5-mile course and the winner will be “the last man standing.” Go to runthewhites.com for full story and info.

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There is a sense of urgency now to get it all in before it is too late. I guess to some that would mean finish up stacking the fire wood or raking leaves, but to me it means getting in those last few fishing trips before the season ends. To that end, I have been working overtime in the last …

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It was all Steve Anger’s fault. The owner of North Country Angler peaked our curiosity when he wrote a Conway Daily Sun article called, “North Country Angling: Fishing on Blue Pond” (Sept. 19). Neither Peter nor I ever heard of this hidden Madison pond. Could we find it, using our maps and h…

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In September, a fully-loaded touring cyclist was heading east on the Mountain Division Trail in Fryeburg, Maine, paralleling the fence along Portland Street. I happened to be pedaling west on the paved pathway when I saw him. A fully-loaded cyclist on that portion of the rail trail usually m…

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The grass is greener in our own backyard. This week, I’m going to promote hiking local mountains. They require less driving, thus putting less carbon in the atmosphere. You can fit them in a busy schedule. They offer exercise, being out in nature, and spiritual renewal.

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About 100 fun-loving mountain bikers descended upon Coos Trails in Gorham Saturday for the finale of the seven-stop Tour de Borderlands series designed to showcase member trail networks in northern New England and Quebec.