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  1. Not on paper my family has been a part of northern Maine way longer than that. If you are 56 then you’d be 18 in 1985. So maybe 38 years of striper fishing in “Northern rivers” Let’s hear what you caught between the 80’s and today in Northern Rivers. Let’s hear about experience.
  2. Nah Man. Maine fish and Canadian stripers have been around as long as stripers have been around and before New Jersey was a state.
  3. Tarpon from the surf could be interesting. Redfish is enticing since they take artificials.
  4. October 28, 2023 - 6 bass mid 30” the waves were up and the wind was right. Previous day huge gray seal which equals big bait still. I am watching the marine forecast like a hawk, when I get wind in the face and the right waves I will go back out. November bass isn’t hard but it’s the season fatigue and other priorities that will get ya.
  5. Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf’s a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.
  6. Just was looking up some mortality rates and it seems like fishing is the deadliest (commercial at least). Swimming related deaths overshadow hunting deaths. Yahtzee has a low overall mortality rate.
  7. Just watched a video from a couple days ago taken in a river north of Boothbay. The filmer was taking docks out of the river and observing big bass pushing pogies. All the comments were that must have been summer. But no it was a couple days ago.
  8. Mackerel through November-outlasting stripers and fishermen. SW winds all this week with moderate temps means more fishing. Schoolies in zone 1 in usual spots. Maybe not all spots. Late season frost. The new norm!
  9. AGREED commercial guys can admit no wrongdoing that’s how you know they’re full of it.
  10. Since commercial fishermen can’t point to science to support an over abundance of striped bass they (and the lobbyists) point at the recreational fishermen. This is why you can’t look up to commercial fishermen to do the right thing. They lobby against everything based on greed and not what’s right.
  11. No love for commercial fisherman that net bass given the state of the fishery.
  12. Never get sick of watching this: I believe it’s from October. Looking for the same fish in Maine, every October in Maine produces a least a nice 25lb+ bass, some years close to the magic mark.
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