So many places, so little time. Maine is bounded by the ocean and covered in water. Within five miles of my house, there are over 20 islands to paddle to, and Maine has more ponds and lakes than we can count. So much paddling, so little time. Throw in a small skiff to expand your range, and the offerings are endless.
This website was initially focused on whitewater, but I have to say, I am more of a sea kayaker. A nice paddle capped with a beautiful sunset from a secluded island is my type of fun.
For those that prefer big drops and frothy water, here are links to some of Sam Marjerison’s Articles
- Smooth Ledge, Rapid River
- Seboomook/Upper West Branch of Penobscot
- Sheepscot Reversing Falls
- North Branch of the Piscataquog (N.H.)
For readers who enjoy casting for fun, here are a collection of Sam Marjerison’s videos: