Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife – Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) preserves, protects, and enhances the inland fisheries and wildlife resources of the state. Established in 1880 to protect big game populations, MDIFW has since evolved in scope to include protection and management of fish, non-game wildlife, and habitats, as well as restoration of endangered species like the bald eagle.
Fishers of Men National Tournament Trail- Maine Division – The Fishers of Men National Tournament Trail is a nation-wide, nonprofit, nondenominational ministry that uses bass fishing tournaments as an outreach event to introduce Jesus to fishermen and their families and to invite them into a relationship with Him. The Maine Division of FOM is a young division here in the state of Maine growing and educating anglers and families to who we are as an organization and welcoming them into our FOM family. FOM is always striving to help in any way to preserve the bass and all fish species and their natural habitats.
Maine Marine Patrol – Observes and checks activities, licenses, permits and catches of commercial fishermen, processors, and wholesale and retail seafood dealers including stopping trucks and vehicles engaged in interstate and intrastate commerce in order to enforce the law in addition to many other responsibilities.
Androscoggin Bassmasters – A Maine Bass Federation and B.A.S.S. federated bass club dedicated to Maine’s youth, conservation, and the sport of bass fishing. Host to the annual Androscoggin River open, youth derbies. Find local winning techniques, bass tournaments, photos, and information you need.
Ducks Unlimited – An organization dedicated to the conservation of North America’s wetlands and waterfowl. Also see Maine Ducks Unlimited below.
International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies – IAFWA is a quasi-governmental organization of public agencies charged with the protection and management of North America’s fish and wildlife resources.
International Wildlife Crime Stoppers – The IWC is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to reducing the illegal taking of North America’s fish and wildlife resources through the exchange of information with anti-poaching organizations at international, national, regional, and local levels.
Junior Maine Guide Program – This certification program is offered primarily through Maine summer camps, and prepares youth ages 9-18 for a one-week camp to earn JMG certification. Jointly sponsored by the Maine Youth Camping Association and the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.
The Lakes Environmental Association – Serving the Lakes Region of Western Maine, L.E.A. is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to clean lakes in the Sebago watershed. Includes Lakes Region fishing report and daily input from angler.
Maine Atlantic Salmon Commission – This site has Atlantic sea-run salmon fishing regulations and licensing requirements; information about the Maine Atlantic Salmon Authority; Atlantic salmon rivers in Maine. Also, links to related sites.
Maine Audubon – Dedicated to both environmental education and advocacy since 1843, Maine Audubon is a community of people who share an appreciation of Maine’s wildlife and outdoors and a commitment to stewardship of the state’s wildlife and outstanding natural resources. We connect people and nature through hands-on experiential learning and build community through members and chapters. Our site features event and program information, trail maps, rare bird alert, project updates, excerpts from our publications, and information about volunteering or becoming a member.
Maine Bass Federation – The Federation is not only about fishing, we are also very deeply rooted in youth and conservation projects. Every year clubs of the federation hold tournaments to donate their time and thousands of dollars to many kid’s charities. Remember, keep kids hooked on fishing not on drugs!
Maine Bowhunters Association – The Maine Bowhunters Association is an organization of bowhunters who are dedicated to preserving bowhunting in Maine. The association promotes ethical behavior, legislative action, and landowner relations.
Maine Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society – The Ruffed Grouse Society’s role in conservation of wildlife habitat is to enhance the environment for the Ruffed Grouse, American Woodcock and other forest wildlife that require or utilize thick, young forests. Also see Ruffed Grouse Society below.
Maine Department of Conservation – Information on State Parks, Public Lands, Coastal Islands, Boat Access, Snowmobile and ATV Trails.
Maine Ducks Unlimited – This page shows preview of Saturday TNN shows, DU event schedule and member information.
Maine Professional Guides Association – List of guides and services offered by the Maine Professional Guides Association.
Maine’s Classic Landlocked Salmon Program – This program is a cooperative project between the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine and is focusing on increasing the size of salmon in selected waters that have the potential to grow trophy salmon.
Maine Ruffed Grouse Society – Dedicated to improving the environment for Ruffed Grouse.
Maine Snowmobile Association – Information on the Interstate Trail System (ITS), trail maps, current trail conditions, snowmobile laws and safety guidelines.
Maine Sporting Camp Association – Preserving Maine’s natural resources and ensuring a responsible attitude towards guests, association members and all who are involved in the outdoors. A list of member camps and services offered.
Maine State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation – Dedicated to the wise conservation and management of the American Wild Turkey.
Maine Trappers Association – Meeting dates, newsletter, and other information regarding the Maine Trappers Association.
Maine Youth Fish and Game Association – Educating our youth about nature, enjoying the Maine woods with our families, and preserving our hunting and
Maine Warden Service– The Maine Warden Service was established in 1880. Today, nearly 140 years later, the men and women who proudly wear the red coat as Maine Game Wardens remain as committed as ever to the citizens, visitors, and natural resources of the great State of Maine.
Marine Resources, Dept. of – Tidal water information (lobstering, clamming, salt water fishing, etc.)
Merrymeeting Bay Chapter TU – Meeting dates, newsletter, and other information regarding this chapter of Trout Unlimited.
National Wild Turkey Federation – Whether a person is an avid turkey hunter, wildlife conservationist, research student or just interested in wildlife, NWTF’s homepage is sure to be a hit.
National Wildlife Federation – National Wildlife Federation is a voice for wildlife, dedicated to protecting wildlife and habitat and inspiring the future generation of conservationists.
North Maine Woods – We are a non-profit organization formed by private landowners to manage access and public use of nearly 4 million acres of public and private forestland in northern Maine. There are two tracts under NMW management. The 3.5 million acre North Maine Woods tract is located north and west of Baxter State Park to the Canadian border. The KI Jo-Mary Multiple Use Forest is 180,000 acre tract located between Greenville, Millinocket and Brownville. Both areas are open to hunting, fishing and camping.
Outdoor Partners Program – This is a joint program operated by the Maine Department of Conservation and the Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife to help maintain the positive relationship between private landowners, recreation organizations and clubs, governmental agencies, and other interested groups. The program works to resolve conflicts concerning access problems and land abuse and to educate respectful, appropriate public use of public and private lands.
Penobscot County Conservation Association – The PCCA is a volunteer organization formed in 1921 to promote and preserve our sporting heritage and wildlife in Penobscot County, Maine. We raise money for conservation projects, wildlife college scholarships, and various adult and youth sporting programs.
Pheasants Forever – A non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and enhancement of pheasant and other wildlife populations in North America through habitat improvement, land management, public awareness, and education.
Sebago Lake Anglers Association – SLAA’s mission is to bring together for mutual enjoyment and benefit those who embrace the ideals to promote, protect, and enhance salmon, lake trout and other species fished in Sebago Lake. We promise to uphold the statutes of Maine as related to the water quality, boating, and fishing in Sebago Lake and the region’s watershed.
Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine – Includes upcoming events, major projects, member surveys, strategic plan, membership application and much more.
Standish Fish and Game Club – The Standish Fish & Game Club has be in existence since 2015, we meet the first Wednesday of every month at the Steep Falls Fire Station @ 6:30 P.M. We are a family oriented club and would love to have you drop by at a monthly meeting.
Upper Andro Anglers Alliance – The UAAA is comprised of local guides and interested business owners whose goal is to promote the Upper Androscoggin River as a valuable natural and economic resource to everyone living on and near it.This site will provide a history of the river, maps, listings for guides, lodging, dining as well as keep you informed about events and news.
Waldo County Regional Communications CenterWaldo County’s Regional Communications Center (WCRCC) is the County’s Premier Communications and Dispatch Center for all Law, Fire and EMS agencies within the County. It also acts as the County’s E-9-1-1 PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point).
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service – Agency with mission of conserving, protecting and enhancing fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.
Wildlife & Sport Fish Restoration Program– Since 1937, a partnership for America’s wildlife. Since 1950, a partnership for America’s fishing and boating resources.
York Fish & Game Association – The York Fish and Game Club has been in existence since 1935. The club building, Stickney Lodge, was built in 1937. We are located in Lyman, Maine on Rte 35 about one mile north of Goodwins Mills. Private trout pond, 3-D archery range and Maine safety courses. Located on Rt. 1 in York.