Re: The Slash - Maine & Canada
If that's the area, the Canadian hunters have the advantage of getting to the border. Americans in Maine have few living on the Maine side, few roads to the border, and are screened for many miles by the St. John's River, that runs parallel to the border, some miles from the Canadian border. Few American hunters and a more populated moose landscape attract Canadians. For the Americans it's like no man's land for that area from the St. John's river to the Canadian border.
The Canadians aren't too far from Quebec and Montreal and have roads and an interstate type road that runs close to the border with Maine. Americans have few roads and the blocking effect of a large river.