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    A sign warns skaters to stay off the thin ice at Johnson Pond on the Colby College campus in Waterville on Monday.

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    Ice fishermen braved the thin ice on McGrath Pond in Oakland to fish on Monday. Tyler Lunt, left, rebaits a fishing trap as Zack Vashon lines up the catch of brook trout.

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    Jack Traps CEO Timothy Jackson inspects a custom-made ice fishing trap at his retail and manufacturing shop in Monmouth on Monday. The sale of the hand-made ice fishing traps is dependent upon the upon mother nature, he said. “We’re all in her hands,” Jackson said.

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    Mark Dunham builds an ice fishing trap at the Jack Traps manufacturing shop in Monmouth on Monday. The ice fishing outfitter hand-builds traps that are sold around the globe. The late ice-in this year has put a pinch on business, but he’s optimistic it will pick up when the lakes freeze.

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