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Courtesy Boat Inspector Photo Submission & Reporting Form

  • THIS FORM IS FOR SUBMITTING PHOTOS OF SPECIMENS REMOVED FROM BOATS AND/OR GEAR DURING A COURTESY BOAT INSPECTION ONLY. Thank you for taking the time to submit your photo/s. Please fill out ALL of the information below that applies.
  • Full boat registration including state abbreviation
  • Please including the state
  • Date specimen was collected by inspector
    MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Was the boat entering or leaving the launch at the time the plant was discovered?
  • Please include first and last name
  • Lake Association, Regional Watershed Group, CBI program, etc.
  • If different from inspector
  • The boat ramp or launch site where the CBI find took place.
  • Please state what lake, pond, or other waterbody this phenomena was observed on or in
  • Please include the waterbodies if you know it. Resources can be found here:
  • The town which the boat launch is located in
  • Which county was this phenomena observed in
  • Maximum file size is 5MB. Accepted formats are: jpg, png, gif, img, tiff, H. 264, jpeg When you have uploaded a file, it will appear beneath the upload button. Click the little red "x" to remove the file.
    Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: jpg, png, gif, img, tiff, h264, jpeg, Max. file size: 5 MB, Max. files: 6.

    Contact information

    Contact us at:     Phone: 207-783-7733       Email:

    Hours of visitation at LSM Office:
      Mondays 9:00am - 3:00pm         Wednesdays 9:00am - 3:00pm
      Thursdays 11:00am - 3:00pm       Or by appointment

    Our Mission

    Lake Stewards of Maine (LSM) works to protect Maine lakes and to promote lake stewardship through widespread citizen participation in the gathering and dissemination of credible scientific information pertaining to lake health.


    LSM is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to the collection of information pertaining to lake water quality. For 50 years, trained volunteers throughout Maine have donated their time so that we may all learn more about one of Maine’s most beautiful and important resources — our lakes.