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    Al Godfrey says a review of records kept for 91 years indicates that this year’s thaw of Maranacook Lake ice on March 21 is tied with the same date in 2010 as the earliest ever. Speaking in Winthrop, Godfrey said a boat must be able to traverse the lake before ice-out is declared officially.

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    Larry Bowler, left, and Shawn Porter troll Maranacook Lake on Tuesday in Winthrop. The men said they caught two salmon. The ice went out on March 21, according to Al Godfrey, who has been recording the annual event for 29 years. This year’s ice-out date tied that of 2010 as the earliest ever recorded.

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    Maine Department of Transportation employees Patrick Griffin, left, and Jim Hall repair the retaining wall of a bridge Tuesday spanning Route 41 over Maranacook Lake in Readfield. The ice went out on March 21, according to record-keeper Al Godfrey, tying with the same date in 2010 as the earliest ever recorded.

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