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Catching the big one.

Pine Tree Camp (Bath, Maine) is hosting an Accessible Ice Fishing Weekend, March 4-7. Participants will fish on North Pond, which holds the state record for largest northern pike. Snowmobiles will be available for people who want to take a scenic ride down the camp's accessible nature-trail network.

The camp's modern, four-season cabin will be a home away from home for fishermen and--women. It offers plenty of accessible living space overlooking North Pond. With six comfortable bedrooms and two large fully accessible bathrooms featuring roll-in showers, the cabin can easily accommodate 20 people. It provides easy access to all the 250-acre camp has to offer, including more than a utile of waterfront access and a network of accessible nature trails.

The cost is $150 per person, including food, activities, and lodging. A fishing license is not needed, and all necessary equipment is provided. The event is geared toward adults with physical disabilities.

A Spring Fishing Weekend is planned for May 21-23.

Contact: Erin Rice, (207) 443-3341/

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Title Annotation:Sports & Recreation; Accessible Ice Fishing Weekend
Publication:PN - Paraplegia News
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 1, 2004
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