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Re: Saltwater Fishing Report

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 03, 2015 5:59 am

Saltwater Fishing Report # 23

ZONE 3: Expect the striper fishing to really turn on over the next few weeks as these fish put the feedbag on prior to their southern migration. Anglers fishing deep on structure and the flats in the rivers or off the beaches have done particularly well. Find the bait and then you will find the fish. Reports from the Kennebec are that it is the best striper fishing seen in several years. See zones 1 and 2 for baits, artificials, flies and fishing tips. Make sure that you have your wire leaders with you in case you run into bluefish. If you are fishing on the Kennebec, upstream of the power line in Augusta, you must possess a current freshwater fishing license.

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Re: Saltwater Fishing Report

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 10, 2015 5:30 am

Saltwater Fishing Report # 24

ZONE 3: As you head from east to west in this zone the stripers will be starting to drop out of the rivers for their journey south. As these fish stage up, where they are today they may not be tomorrow. Anglers fishing deep have been getting the bigger fish. Look for bird activity and breaking bait, and you will find the stripers. See zones 1 and 2 for baits, artificials, flies and fishing tips. Mackerel can be found in many of their typical locations. If you are fishing on the Kennebec, upstream of the power line in Augusta, you must have a current freshwater fishing license.

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Re: Saltwater Fishing Report

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Sep 17, 2015 6:09 am

Saltwater Fishing Report #25

ZONE 2: Stripers will be around a little while longer. Fish have been taken along the Cape shore to the Eastern Prom and the areas from Back Cove, Mackworth, Falmouth to the Harraseeket. Watch for bird action to locate the bait and the stripers. Night fishing has been very productive even though we are well into September. Sandworms and mackerel continue to produce the most fish. Artificials that have also been catching fish include Krocodile Spoons, Rapala X-Raps, Gag’s Schoolie Poppers and the Yo-Zuri Mag Minnows. Water temperatures at the Maine State Pier are running in the low 60s.

ZONE 3: The stripers are dropping out of the rivers, from east to west and heading south after their summer visit here in Maine. Fishing in...

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