Author Archives: David Fortier

About David Fortier

DN sailor since 1988

Well the top one is supposed to be a video with Lee describing the vast acreages of wind blow hard, pretty smooth, 4 inch plus ice. While he is describing it it does sound as though the wind blowing nicely today. I will be packing the gear after I get this message out. I will be on the ice in the morning, Dave

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Lake Wentworth

I just received a text/video from a CIBC adventurer that I will attempt to share. Lake Wentworth is where we should be at this moment, and from the weather forecasts that I have seen, tomorrow and the next day. Having … Continue reading

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Scout for Sebago Ice 1-7-21

I thought I would check Jordan Bay on Sebago today as the weather was perfect for the drive. It has been WELL below freezing at night so thought maybe Jordan bay may have a possible plate of ice to get … Continue reading

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Plymouth Pond 1.5 inches of powder, 0 MPH of wind

Had to check it out, loaded the DN onto the car this morning and drove on up. When I arrived there was a lone ice fishing couple out on the ice at 1130. I walked out and talked a bit, … Continue reading

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Readying A Swap Meet Find

Started with the NEIYA fall swap meet that I chose to not attend and Bill B. did attend. Bill noticed a bit of a wood structure issue in the stem blocking area of the DN after Jack had made his … Continue reading

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