Author Archives: David Fortier

About David Fortier

DN sailor since 1988

2018-19 Season Kickoff

Good Monday all, I just want to say that the weekend of meetings, feedings, talkings, tunings, sharpenings, alignings went well I conclude. The first get together in MA went well for me as I did not have any gear to … Continue reading

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Maine State Championship 2018

I have just received a call from Bill, and the report is that there is ice. With Bill’s experience, and measurements of the ice condition we are scheduling the Maine State Championship for Saturday. Bill has checked the North and … Continue reading

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Calendar Pic

  A few weeks ago when scouting for ice I stopped at Jordans store on the southwest side of Sebago Lake. While visiting with Jeff and Greg and telling then how fantastic it would be if the big part of … Continue reading

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Sebago, 2-21-18

I do this ice report as I attempt to finish what I have started I started out scouting Sebago Lake for possible DN racing space. What I found was miles of snow covered ice that has completely wet out from … Continue reading

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DN North American Championship 2018

I have been back from Michigan’s Lake Charlevoix for several days now. But I succumbed to my list of DN needs that I composed during my 18hr return drive from Petoskey, Michigan, I have not yet finished the list, but … Continue reading

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Sebago Ice 1/13/18 1750

Inspected Sebago from shore today. Started at Lower Bay. The snow is all wet out there, but there were also MANY ice fishermen. From there I continued counter clock wise around observing that the ice was still contiguous from Lower … Continue reading

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It is cold and the wind stopped blowing! So thinking that ice could now have a chance, I circled Sebago Lake ME today. I started with Lower Bay, and found that it was hard as far north as Indian island. … Continue reading

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