Hi, all. I've been in Maine a couple of years, but circumstances haven't been conducive to me getting field time. I'd like to explore Maine more and get more bushcraft and camping field time. My preferred land use is generally National Forest Designated Wilderness Areas, or equivalent due to relatively laid back restrictions on camping in those areas, compared to state parks or national parks. I've been to a few of the White Mountain National Forest Wilderness Areas in ME and NH since moving here. I'm curious to hear your insights on primitive camping, bushcraft, backpacking, etc on Maine public lands. From what I understand my best options for low-regulation, wilderness camping are "Maine Public Reserved Lands" which are scattered across the state in various acreages, and allow camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, etc. Any insights into primitive camping in these areas? I've also heard that some timber companies own vast land tracts they allow people to camp in (for a usage fee, I believe?). Can anyone provide further info on how this works, or where more specific information about it is posted online? Maybe a better way of asking my question is how do you tenured Mainers identify good public land for primitive camping, and how do you research it for trip planning. Access, parking, fees, fire restrictions, permits if required, etc? I can get any usgs topographic quad map online, and I do have a Delormes Atlas. I'm covered on maps.