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About Nbourque

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  1. Good to know man.
  2. How’s the seaweed been?
  3. I agree Will. I encounter this more during the winter when I am ice fishing. Will never understand the need to blast a spot over FB or on a forum. Unfortunately we are in the minority.
  4. Now I understand your point. I agree whole heartedly
  5. I know what spot burning is. What is your point?
  6. While I agree with most of your points Roccus, most of those spots aren’t secrets...
  7. Is that the 8000 OC reel Scott? I picked one up last summer. I really like it so far.
  8. I use 2 bait runners with clams or cut macs. Once the fish starts to run I pick up the rod, reel down towards the fish then put tension on the line by bringing up the rod. I’ve never gut hooked a fish with a circle. Always in the corner of the mouth.
  9. Good info right here. When I dig fresh clams I brine them in kosher salt as well. Makes them firm so they stay on the hook.
  10. Must still be lotta fish in the rivers.
  11. Anyone gettin any fish out front? I went this past Monday. A few light taps but no fish to speak of.
  12. Fishing off the camp Ellis jetty for mackerel would be a good option for you.
  13. I agree with what shorefisher suggested. Most beaches are closed to fishing between 10-5 during the day because they are so packed with people. I have good luck between 5-9 in the morning. Late evening can be good too. Cut mackerel and clams work best off the beaches but sand and blood worms also work very well. What week are you coming up in July? Early July is a lot better fishing wise than later in the month.
  14. I couldn’t agree more. 2012 and 2013 were great years for me but 2014 was the best year I’ve ever had. We always caught fish and the overall size that year was good. Most fish were in the mid 20’s to low 30s.
  15. I’m hoping this is a legit post and not another “mousam” troll.