27 July 2013

• Maine Fishing Report

“Time of day is very important if you want to catch stripers. Anglers, especially those fishing artificials and flies, need to be out before sunrise or after dusk.

”Limited numbers of bass can still be found in the lower portions and mouths of the rivers (Scarborough, Saco, Mousam, etc.). Anglers targeting these fish should try trolling Tube'N worm rigs or surgical tubes coupled with a sandworm. ”

Read the full article at this link: PressHerald.com

• “Next Step in Historic Fish Passage Project on Penobscot River

”This week, contractors began removing the Veazie Dam from Maine's Penobscot River. Removing this dam-the closest to the sea-will reconnect the river to the Gulf of Maine for the first time in nearly two centuries. Its removal marks the next step in an effort to create nearly 1,000 miles of fish habitat on the river.”

Read the full article at this link: NOAA.gov

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