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    Fishing season’s here, but where’s the open water? - Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Icefisherman Ervin Lizotte of Lebanon keeps an eye on a trap as he jigs for rogue. Though open water fishing is an option all year in Maine, April 1 is the date many fisherman mark on their calendars as the fish day to hit the state's lakes and ponds.

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    Peter Grant of South Portland and his father Walter Grant of Gorham try their luck with the fish on an icy Sebago Lake in Standish.

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    Clayton Loubier of Gorham jigs for rogue from the comfort of an ice shack on Sebago Lake.

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    Peter Grant waits for a bite on his jig line on Sebago Lake where the ice measured more than 2 feet thick earlier this week.

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